April 22, 1991

The thoughts of Chairman Adam 4041
BUSINESS WATCH

The thoughts of Chairman Adam

‘It’s time to admit to ourselves that Canada ain’t worth what it was, and to devalue our artificially inflated currency’
SHADOW OF A GUNMAN 4647
COVER

SHADOW OF A GUNMAN

THE RISE AND FALL OF A SCORNED PATRIOT
Gut instinct versus news 5859
MEDIA WATCH

Gut instinct versus news

To question how well equipped Canadians are to make useful judgments is not necessarily to argue that polls are nonsense
Wanted: politicians with courage 1011
ANOTHER VIEW

Wanted: politicians with courage

Referendums are signs that the system is not working But the system is fine—it is the elected officials who are not working.
‘We want a better life’ 2627
WORLD

‘We want a better life’

Striking coal miners challenge the Kremlin
A fall from grace 3839
BUSINESS

A fall from grace

Donald Ripley vows to clear his name
Red all over 6061
PUBLISHING

Red all over

Canada’s publishing industry is in trouble
POLITICAL BREAKDOWN 1213
CANADA

POLITICAL BREAKDOWN

THE SPLINTERING OF CANADA’S NATIONAL PARTIES PLACES THE COUNTRY ON AN UNCERTAIN COURSE
TRADING PUNCHES 3233
BUSINESS

TRADING PUNCHES

MEXICO’S PRESIDENT TRIES TO SHORE UP SUPPORT FOR A NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE ZONE
A MOUNTAIN TERROR 2425
WORLD

A MOUNTAIN TERROR

AMERICA AND ITS ALLIES ARE SENDING MASSIVE RELIEF TO IRAQ’S SUFFERING KURDS
Electric conductor 5859
MUSIC

Electric conductor

Georg Tintner brings harmony to Halifax
BILINGUALISM UNDER FIRE 1617
SPECIAL REPORT

BILINGUALISM UNDER FIRE

THE UNITY DEBATE REVIVES CRITICISM OF THE POLICY OF TWO OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Duck! Here come Brian and Mordecai 6869
COLUMN

Duck! Here come Brian and Mordecai

The country is falling apart. Unemployment is rising. Manufacturing plants are fleeing across the border. The GST drives us wild. The Kurds make us weep. Gorbachev seems doomed. John Crow doesn’t know what he’s doing. Neither does the Prime Minister.
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