December 7, 1992

Talking-tough radio 2425
WORLD

Talking-tough radio

Loudmouths are dominating the airwaves
PRIMETIME VIOLENCE 4041
COVER

PRIMETIME VIOLENCE

DESPITE HIGH RATINGS FOR VIOLENT SHOWS, REVULSION IS GROWING OVER BLOODSHED ON TV
ELIZABETHAN GRACE 2021
WORLD

ELIZABETHAN GRACE

BOWING TO PUBLIC PRESSURE, THE QUEEN AGREES TO PAY INCOME TAX AND SUPPORT HER ROYAL FAMILY
Life of a lady’s man 6263
MUSIC

Life of a lady’s man

Leonard Cohen sings of love and freedom
GOVERNMENTS AS SAVIORS 3233
BUSINESS

GOVERNMENTS AS SAVIORS

AS THE RECESSION DEEPENS, VOTERS TURN TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS FOR NEW ECONOMIC DIRECTION
The man with the golden touch 5253
SPORTS WATCH

The man with the golden touch

Wherever he goes Mark Tewksbury takes his gold medal. He keeps it in a black suede pouch inside a small carry-on bag. He wants it handy to show to the hundreds of people who ask about it They like hefting it and they finger the lettering. A while back, Mark caught Magic Johnson on the David Letterman television show and was startled when the amiable American basketballer gingerly drew his shining gold medal from its pouch.
A better idea for creating jobs 1011
COLUMN

A better idea for creating jobs

Blame it on my sister. She called my attention to a newspaper story last week telling of a new agency Ontario’s NDP government intends to create. The agency has the catchy name of Ontario Training and Adjustment Board, or OTAB for short. OTAB, explained the Toronto Globe and Mail, will help “the unemployed, the underemployed and those threatened with losing their jobs.”
A riskier business 3435
BUSINESS

A riskier business

Life insurers regroup for the 1990s
A high-rolling game 2829
WORLD

A high-rolling game

Democratic reforms challenge China
Airline message: merge or die 3839
BUSINESS WATCH

Airline message: merge or die

If God had meant us to fly he would never have created Canada’s airline policy. Most countries, some with twice our population, can no longer afford to keep two national airlines afloat. Even some of the world’s strongest carriers, such as Lufthansa, Alitalia and Air France, are searching for what they call “strategic alliances,” which really means ways of spreading their losses.
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