January 12, 1981

COVER STORY

The nature of heroism

CONSTITUTION

The party or the principle

TELEVISION

This camera shoots at the emotional jugular

The nature of heroism 2829
COVER STORY

The nature of heroism

Heroes do what no one else would even think of doing
The party or the principle 1819
CONSTITUTION

The party or the principle

In Liberal Ottawa, where conformity is prized, the mavericks are few
This camera shoots at the emotional jugular 38b39
TELEVISION

This camera shoots at the emotional jugular

The Kastner films hit home, and hard
Too much of a bad thing 1213
LETTERS

Too much of a bad thing

Although your article The Dream of a Painless Threshold (Medicine, Dec. 1) is generally very good, I must take strong exception to the author’s liberal use of the word “terminal” in talking about sick people, and especially how he equates cancer with pain, dying and death.
Chuting the world’s wildest white water 5051
ADVENTURE

Chuting the world’s wildest white water

Kayakers take on tumultuous rivers of Himalayan foothills
A leap from magic to the mainstream 4647
HEALTH

A leap from magic to the mainstream

Hypnotic therapy is far removed from stage gimmickry, but the connotation is still occult
Pieces in a Latin puzzle 2425
U. S. A

Pieces in a Latin puzzle

A diplomatic hit list - and a movie that puts Reagan on the side of repression
Indonesia on the hustle 2021
WORLD

Indonesia on the hustle

Resource riches have not meant an end to corruption or poverty
Explorer in a literary no-man’s land 1011
PROFILE: LOUISE DENNYS

Explorer in a literary no-man’s land

The latest candidate to lead Canadian publishing out of domestic backwaters
Of self-made gods and men-two kinds of artist 4243
BOOKS

Of self-made gods and men-two kinds of artist

Innovation in literature is not without its drawbacks
Love letters in the sand? 14b15
CANADA

Love letters in the sand?

Maybe the coronation of the post office will work. And maybe it won'
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