July 29, 1996

The Mail

The Mail

COVER

ON THE GO FOR GOLD

Music

The new beat generation

The Mail 44a
The Mail

The Mail

According to your July 15 cover story (“Beating AIDS”), AIDS has “claimed the lives of 10,000 Canadians” since 1981 and is the leading cause of death among men 25 to 44 in Canada’s three major cities. In 1994-1995 alone, breast cancer claimed the lives of more than 10,000 Canadians.
ON THE GO FOR GOLD 3435
COVER

ON THE GO FOR GOLD

The glow of the opening show and dreams of glory vie with commercial glitz at the Atlanta Olympics
The new beat generation 4243
Music

The new beat generation

From business boardrooms to the Olympic Games, percussion is big
A 'new road' for Asia's latest tiger economy 2021
WORLD

A 'new road' for Asia's latest tiger economy

After a decade of reform, the regime is cracking down on vice
Shaky days ahead 2627
Business

Shaky days ahead

A wave of pessimism roils North American markets
Literary lights out 4647
Publishing

Literary lights out

The closure of a reveted small press sends a chill through the book business
Clinton's concession 1415
CANADA

Clinton's concession

Canadian lobbying helps stall the antiCuba bill
Shamed in Bosnia 1011
Canada

Shamed in Bosnia

A top general decries reports of sex and violence
LAST FLIGHT INTO DARKNESS 1819
World

LAST FLIGHT INTO DARKNESS

The fiery crash of TWA Flight 800 left a trail of lost lives and dreams
Opening Notes 89
Opening Notes

Opening Notes

Just a month after they battled 2,000 stonethrowing youths in a St-Jean-Baptiste Day riot, Quebec City police are taking the street people to the movies. They have been handing out 725 tickets to this week’s local première of Trainspotting, a disturbing portrayal of young, drug-using lowlifes in Edinburgh.
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