January 24, 2011

International

Tragedy in Tucson

National

A penny dropped

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International

Tragedy in Tucson

A gun-crazed culture. Rampant mental illness. Hate-fuelled politics. Behind the assassination attempt that shocked America.
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National

A penny dropped

The Senate wants it dead. The finance minister calls it useless. But then, it’s always had to fight for its life.
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Business

Motor City magic

Two years ago, America’s automakers were down and out. Now sales are rising, rival Toyota is in retreat and Detroit is quickly rediscovering its old swagger.
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Business

China hits the hardwood

By signing deals with NBA stars, upstart Chinese shoemakers aim to crack the U.S. market
Will the doctor see you now? 4445
Society

Will the doctor see you now?

They’re cheaper and often more effective, but old-fashioned manual exams are on the decline thanks to an ever-growing reliance on diagnostic technology
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Interview

On the evils of sleepovers, the benefits of practising and how discipline builds self-esteem

AMY CHUA is a professor of law at Yale University and the author of two acclaimed books about globalization and free-market democracy. Her new memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, recounts raising her two daughters, now 15 and 18, using what she calls “Chinese parenting” methods.
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Society

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO TENURE?

The backbone of today’s university is the ill-paid, overworked lecturer
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This week

Newsmakers

Snooki’s literary side, John Edwards’s latest classy move, and Sarah Ferguson tries to find herself in Canada’s North
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MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

What the pluck????

How Gordon Ramsay’s embattled empire came to include a down-at-the-heels Montreal chicken joint
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