April 20, 1981

COVER STORY

The quest for a cure

COLUMN

Walk of the town

PODIUM

Pawns on a cold war battleground

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COVER STORY

The quest for a cure

An army of researchers battles an ancient foe
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COLUMN

Walk of the town

The measure of any city's civility is its boulevards and byways
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PODIUM

Pawns on a cold war battleground

'Elementary freedoms are at stake in Latin America’
Demanding access for all 5051
LIVING

Demanding access for all

Disabled activists are shaping a new civil rights movement
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SPORTS

A shock on top of the bruises

Hal Quinn He taunted, feigned terror, dropped his hands to his waist and bobbed his head, waved and smiled to the fans from Nova Scotia, but more than anything else Saturday night, Canadian heavyweight champ Trevor Berbick shocked the boxing world.
Culture burdened by bureaucracy 4849
COLUMN

Culture burdened by bureaucracy

The Applebert Committee is more attuned to politics than culture
A countryman’s lament 1819
Q&A: TIM PAT COOGAN

A countryman’s lament

Maclean’s: What's the background to the “dirty protest" and the hunger strike in the H Blocks of the Maze Prison outside Belfast?
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COLUMN

The happy cold warriors

Business and government may publicly grieve, but the game suits them both
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LETTERS

ogger’s wild

Your article on running (The Science of Running, Cover, April 6) failed to offer any real insight into people who run those “paltry 25 to 40 km a week.” Yet these people unquestionably contribute to the science of running. Being one of these types myself, I wonder what you were hoping to accomplish by appealing to extremes while misleading people through the article’s title.
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WORLD

Ambitions occasion

Zimbabwe's Mugabe strengthens his hold
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FOLLOW-UP

If at first you don’t succeed...

John B. Anderson, the congressman who wanted to be president, is alive and well and thinking of launching a new political party. From his home in Rockford, Ill., Anderson is now scurrying around the United States making a living from the lecture circuit and talking to almost anyone who will pay to listen.
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PEOPLE

Shrieks and unholy yowls abound in the campy new horror film The Howling, but the lady who makes wolves whistle is its husky-voiced star, Elisabeth Brooks. As Marsha, a nymphomaniac who gives animal passion a literal translation, Brooks reluctantly agreed to do the first nude scene of her career.
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DATELINE: BEIRUT

Where have all the museum treasures gone?

Mystery surrounds the disappearance of Lebanese artifacts
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