February 17, 1992

CHILLING THE SEXES 4243
COVER

CHILLING THE SEXES

WOMEN’S GROWING MILITANCY ABOUT HARASSMENT AND DATE RAPE ALARMS MANY MEN
IN FOR THE KILL 2223
WORLD

IN FOR THE KILL

THIS YEAR, THE PRESIDENTIAL SCREENING TEST IN NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS TAKEN ON A NEW URGENCY
Sex, gays and religion 1617
CANADA

Sex, gays and religion

Clerics challenge the bounds of permissible sex
Leisure’s new look 5253
TECHNOLOGY

Leisure’s new look

Technology is transforming home entertainment
A LIFE ON THE EDGE 4647
COVER

A LIFE ON THE EDGE

MIKE TYSON—THE ICON—IS ON TRIAL
Bumpy road ahead 3233
BUSIESS

Bumpy road ahead

A Honda executive lashes out at U.S. trade rules
LETTERS 45

LETTERS

As a former Olympian, I am very supportive of the Olympic movement and am happy to witness your interest as shown in the Feb. 3 cover package, “Striking Gold.” However, the founder of the modern Olympiad, Pierre de Coubertin, emphasized participation, international co-operation and spirit first—winning second.
A desperate homecoming 2627
WORLD

A desperate homecoming

Shimmering in the hazy early-morning sun, the United States Coast Guard cutter Bear eased alongside a blacktopped jetty in Port-au-Prince’s dilapidated harbor. The ship’s cargo: 250 Haitians who had tried to escape their island country’s political violence and economic despair, but who had been forcibly returned on orders of the United States government.
Golden moments 5051
OLYMPICS

Golden moments

Igniting the flame of the Winter Olympics
Bill Hopper’s blunt and telling prescription 3839
BUSINESS WATCH

Bill Hopper’s blunt and telling prescription

‘These Reformers scare the hell out of me. I worry about religious fundamentalism of any kind. There are a lot of cuckoos in that party.’
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