March 18, 1991

GIVING UP, MOVING OUT 3637
COVER

GIVING UP, MOVING OUT

CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS SAY THAT BUSINESS IS BETTER IN THE UNITED STATES
Like father, like son 5253
SPORTS

Like father, like son

Brett Hull is blasting into the record books
Wings of glory 5455
DEFENCE

Wings of glory

The CF-18 proves itself in the Gulf War
New York deadline 5455
PRESS

New York deadline

Ever since the 1919 launch of the New York Daily News, the headlines in America’s oldest tabloid have reflected the gut-level pulse of the robust city. When then-President Gerald Ford refused to give financial aid to the city during the 1970s, the paper’s banner headline shouted, “FORD TO CITY: DROP DEAD.”
REOPENING THE TRADE WOUNDS 4243
COVER

REOPENING THE TRADE WOUNDS

MEXICO ENTERS THE FTA PICTURE
Crisis in the Kremlin 3031
WORLD

Crisis in the Kremlin

Gorbachev walks a minefield of discontent
OPENING NOTES 1213

OPENING NOTES

Warren Hinckle fights a new battle, Michael Hahn launches a contest, and the British ignite a feud
LETTERS 66a
LETTERS

LETTERS

Nick Hills deserves an apology for the appalling libel in your March 11 issue (“Mutiny on the flagship,” Opening Notes). His resignation was greeted with widespread, genuine regret. Hills made a lot of changes to the news coverage and editorial approaches of The Vancouver Sun in his two years as editor-inchief.
DROPPING A GAUNTLET 1617
CANADA

DROPPING A GAUNTLET

IN A CRITICAL MEETING, QUEBEC LIBERALS STAMP THEIR APPROVAL ON A RADICAL VIEW OF CANADA
The other casualties of the Gulf War 1415
AN AMERICAN VIEW

The other casualties of the Gulf War

A year from now, we will recollect approximately zero about the shootout, except that it looked swell on television
A SEARCH FOR LASTING PEACE 2425
WORLD

A SEARCH FOR LASTING PEACE

THE TROOPS BEGAN COMING HOME AND PRESIDENT BUSH VOWED TO SEEK AN END TO ARABISRAELI CONFLICT
BANGKOK BLUES 4647
BUSINESS

BANGKOK BLUES

MONTREAL-BASED LAVALIN’S $3-BILLION DEAL IS NOW IN THE HANDS OF THAI GENERALS
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