March 16, 1992

LONELY CRIES OF DISTRUST 2223
COVER

LONELY CRIES OF DISTRUST

ANGER AND PAIN FUEL NATIVE CLAIMS
DRUMBEATS OF RAGE 1415
COVER

DRUMBEATS OF RAGE

CONFLICTS WILL INTENSIFY AS NATIVES INCREASE DEMANDS FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT
A ‘terrorist’ virus 4849
COMPUTERS

A ‘terrorist’ virus

Michelangelo stirs fears of future shocks
A TALE OF TWO SITES 1819
COVER

A TALE OF TWO SITES

U.S. AND CANADIAN NATIVES ARE WORLDS APART
SCOTLAND’S SEPARATIST AIMS 2627
WORLD

SCOTLAND’S SEPARATIST AIMS

TORY TIMES ARE TAXING THE 285-YEAR-OLD UNION BETWEEN SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND
The new free agents 3839
BUSINESS

The new free agents

Old-fashioned swaps make a comeback
GROWN-UPS’ CHOICE 1011
CANADA

GROWN-UPS’ CHOICE

OTTAWA’S DECISION TO ABANDON ITS DAY CARE PROGRAM MAY BE A CASE OF FISCAL RESTRAINT FORCING ITS HAND
LETTERS 44A
LETTERS

LETTERS

I was very proud, and I assume that every Canadian from coast to coast was proud, to see Olympic gold-medal winner Kerrin Lee-Gartner on the cover of your Feb. 24 issue (“Canada’s golden girl”). I also assumed that the four team members who won the Olympic gold in a 3,000-m speed skating relay race would receive similar treatment.
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Mikhail Gorbachev counts his rubles, Caroline Mulroney gets candid, and Derek Burney breaks his silence
ESTRANGED PARTNERS 3435
BUSINESS

ESTRANGED PARTNERS

TRADE DISPUTES THREATEN THE FTA
‘Don’t blame us,’ our leaders say 89
ANOTHER VIEW

‘Don’t blame us,’ our leaders say

People are afraid of being criticized by the forces of disapproval and sued by the forces of litigation, so they do nothing at all
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