October 8, 2001

Maclean's SPECIAL REPORT

WHAT THE FALLOUT MEANS TO YOU

Maclean's SPECIAL REPORT

THE HUNTED AND THE HAUNTED

Maclean's SPECIAL REPORT

THE ENEMY WITHIN

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WHAT THE FALLOUT MEANS TO YOU

Tighten your belt, and be wary of the market. The recession is upon us.
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THE HUNTED AND THE HAUNTED

The United States tries to close in on Osama bin Laden, as thousands of Afghan refugees fearful of air strikes attempt to flee their impoverished land
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THE ENEMY WITHIN

Britons have been shocked by revelations that their country has become a hotbed for terrorists
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The Mail

The Mail

As an American, I am so glad I subscribe to your magazine. Your coverage of the World Trade Center catastrophe was the best I have seen and the most surprising: a Canadian magazine contributing an entire issue to a horrific tragedy that took place in the United States (“After the terror,” Special Report, Sept. 24).
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Overture The Week That Was

Overture The Week That Was

The Ontario government defeated a call for a federal public inquiry into what role Premier Mike Harris played in the police killing of a native demonstrator at Ipperwash provincial park in 1995. Militant natives from the Ipperwash reserve, 90 km southwest of London, Ont., had occupied the park for two days when they boarded a school bus and charged police lines.
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Sofa, so good

Overture

"I’ve reached the pinnacle of my career. The desire is not there. Five years down the line if the competitive urge comes back, if the Bulls want me, if David will have me back in the league ...’’ —Michael Jordan retires in 1993 and comments on whether he would ever come back to the NBA.
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HURTING IN THE HEARTLAND

Far from Ground Zero, folks in Waxahachie want Bush to ‘give ’em hell’
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BUSINESS AS USUAL

In times of crisis, Chrétien relies on the familiar
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Books

Alice’s looking glass

In the midst of terror, Munro’s stories offer timely reflections on good and evil
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Television

Everything old is new

A People’s History seems more relevant than ever
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