November 6, 1995

A LIGHTER SIDE OF LANG 6869
MUSIC

A LIGHTER SIDE OF LANG

All aglow with a new album, k.d. is feeling no pain
Stoking the furnace of racial discord 1213
AN AMERICAN VIEW

Stoking the furnace of racial discord

It will take more than the wicked O.J. oneliners now making the rounds to repair the serious new strains in American race relations
A HOUSE DIVIDED 1415
CANADA/COVER

A HOUSE DIVIDED

After a narrow No win, federalists fear that the real war is only starting
‘Hoops’ as a second language 5051
SPORTS/ESSAY

‘Hoops’ as a second language

NBA basketball fast-breaks into Toronto and Vancouver, determined to win hearts in hockey country
Starting from scratch 5252a
SPORTS

Starting from scratch

Fans will have to be patient with new teams
THE RED REVIVAL 3233
WORLD

THE RED REVIVAL

With Yeltsin ailing, Russia’s Communists are on a roll
Body innovations 7475
DANCE

Body innovations

John Alleyne has revitalized Ballet B. C. with bold leadership and choreography
LEITERS 45
LEITERS

LEITERS

Moonstruck Edward R. Schreyer and George Bush would have to be naive in the extreme to believe they could work for one of Rev. Sun Myung Moon’s organizations without lending credibility to his religious views (“Ed Schreyer and the Moonies,” Cover, Oct. 23).
Maclean's and the 20th century 60d61
HISTORY

Maclean's and the 20th century

The 1960s: Looking back at a decade of upheaval, in a continuing series marking the magazine’s 90th anniversary year
WHEN TWO IS COMPANY 4041
BUSINESS

WHEN TWO IS COMPANY

Some bosses disapprove, but romance at the office seems to be on the rise
The high cost of protest 2627
CANADA

The high cost of protest

An ailing Saint John housewife campaigns to clean up the polluted air
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

Things have not worked out well for Gordon Walker since he moved west to Calgary from Welland, Ont., four months ago, looking for work. Not only has the 48-year-old artist and salesman been unable to find a job, but he has found Alberta’s welfare cheques too skimpy to live on.
'WE WILL HAVE OUR COUNTRY' 1819
COVER

'WE WILL HAVE OUR COUNTRY'

The Yes side vows to continue the fight
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