August 6, 1990

OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

Barbara Bush tells Millie’s tales, Margaret Atwood takes cover, and Jim Bakker scrimps and saves
ROUGH JUSTICE 1819
COVER

ROUGH JUSTICE

OTTAWA BUYS SOME OF THE DISPUTED LAND, BUT THE MOHAWK STANDOFF AT OKA CONTINUES
The dollar that would not plummet 1213
ANOTHER VIEW

The dollar that would not plummet

Remember the dire warnings about the dollar if Meech Lake failed? Isn’t it great when the threats of politicians backfire?
Fading prospects 3637
BUSINESS

Fading prospects

Canada’s gold explorers are cutting back
AN ANCIENT WARRIOR CODE 2223
COVER

AN ANCIENT WARRIOR CODE

THE MOHAWKS’ MILITANT RULES
Haunted by history’s lively ghosts 4040a
BUSINESS WATCH

Haunted by history’s lively ghosts

When dealing with Indians, a people who have nothing left to lose, none of today’s rules apply. A price will have to be paid
PLAYING IT SAFE 2627
WORLD

PLAYING IT SAFE

BUSH NOMINATES A CONSERVATIVE, BUT ENIGMATIC, JUDGE FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE TO THE SUPREME COURT
Bland and blue 5253
FILMS

Bland and blue

Spike Lee hits a flat note in a jazz movie
FURY IN THE RANKS 2425
COVER

FURY IN THE RANKS

THE INDIANS ARE DETERMINED TO WIN
A promising start 5253
TELEVISION

A promising start

CBC’s Newsworld has an eventful first year
SCANDAL AT LARGE 1415
CANADA

SCANDAL AT LARGE

NOVA SCOTIA’S PREMIER, "TEFLON JOHN” BUCHANAN, FACES MESSY ACCUSATIONS OVER PATRONAGE
A daredevil’s gamble 3839
BUSINESS

A daredevil’s gamble

Brazil’s risky anti-inflation war
The elusive solution 3839
BUSINESS

The elusive solution

Negotiators try again in critical farm trade talks
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