July 8, 1991

VOICES OF THE PEOPLE 1617
CANADA

VOICES OF THE PEOPLE

CITIZENS’ GROUPS EXPRESS PROFOUND CONCERNS ABOUT THEIR FUTURE— AND ABOUT THEIR COUNTRY’S DESTINY
Defending the Canadian dream 5051
BUSINESS WATCH

Defending the Canadian dream

The Free Trade Agreement has made Canada vulnerable to cultural genocide. Only by standing up to the Yanks can we survive.
Paying the price for NDP ‘reforms’ 1415
COLUMN

Paying the price for NDP ‘reforms’

There’s nothing wrong with emergency welfare assistance, but gold-plated payments put an unfair burden on all taxpayers
SUMMER MAGIC 3839
COVER

SUMMER MAGIC

'I CAN STILL SEE THAT BALL, A WHITE ROCKET CLIMBING HIGH THROUGH THE SMOKY LIGHTING INTO THE BLACK SKY’
The new language czar 8_129
CANADA

The new language czar

A Quebec anglophone defends bilingualism
SEPARATIST FURY 3031
WORLD

SEPARATIST FURY

YUGOSLAVIA ERUPTS IN A BLAZE OF GUNFIRE AFTER CROATIA AND SLOVENIA DECLARE INDEPENDENCE
A decade that roared 5657
ART

A decade that roared

A Montreal show explores the manic 1920s
Waltzing on the real Danube 6061
COLUMN

Waltzing on the real Danube

The last time I saw the old girl was 34 years ago, when of course your faithful agent was more hot-blooded. I fell for her then, but the locale was slowpaced, calm Vienna, where the passion is more for whipped cream. When we meet now more than three decades later, it is in tempestuous Budapest, under the spell of the gypsy violins. She has not changed.
Thatcher’s dark shadow 3233
WORLD

Thatcher’s dark shadow

A former leader divides the governing Tories
WONDER DOME 4445
COVER

WONDER DOME

TORONTO’S SKYDOME HAS BASEBALL, TOO
THE STORIED GAME 4243
COVER

THE STORIED GAME

BALL PLAYERS HIT AND MISS AS WRITERS
A LIFE OF PAIN AND GLORY 4243
COVER

A LIFE OF PAIN AND GLORY

FERGUSON JENKINS HONORED, AT LAST
A desert inferno 5455
ENVIRONMENT

A desert inferno

Canadian experts battle Kuwait’s oil fires
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