August 31, 1981

Not enough bangs for our bucks T223
COVER

Not enough bangs for our bucks

In war, the first casualty would be the reputation of the armed forces
Happily ever after 45
LETTERS

Happily ever after

Your story on the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles (A Fairy-Tale Wedding, Cover, Aug. 10) was most enjoyable. Watching the future King and Queen recite their wedding vows was a moment that all of England and certainly all the British Commonwealth can be proud of.
PEOPLE 4041
PEOPLE

PEOPLE

As a teen-ager, Toronto stockbroker David Deacon wanted to be a politician like his father, former Liberal MPP and onetime Ontario party leadership hopeful, Donald Deacon. But his love for speed led him to the hunt field, then to racing motorcycles and a severe crash, which left him hospitalized for six months in 1972.
The pressure and the press 3031
CANADA

The pressure and the press

It sounded, well, monopolistic. With unusual cohesion and scorn, editorial writers across the land set their electronic word-processors at O for Outrage and let fly a nasty fusillade of epithets. The target was the report of the Royal Commission on Newspapers which, variously, was derided as a monster, blatantly biased, vindictive and unworkable.
A 30-year war doesn’t end overnight 2021
FOLLOW-UP

A 30-year war doesn’t end overnight

The complexities of Vietnamese politics linger in the Canadian refugee community
Bare encounters with the sun-worshipping set 1213
THIS CANADA

Bare encounters with the sun-worshipping set

Vancouver’s Wreck Beach is the preserve of nude sunbathers
Exercise in provocation 3435
WORLD

Exercise in provocation

U.S. naval jets down two Soviet-built Libyan fighters
An old-fashioned knight of the Empire 1415
PROFILE: SIR EDWIN LEATHER

An old-fashioned knight of the Empire

Sir Edwin Leather is one of the distinguished Canadians who made their mark in England
How long is a work week? 5051
LABOR

How long is a work week?

A maverick employment standards decision worries industry
Weaning the beef from the bull 4445
BUSINESS

Weaning the beef from the bull

Pressure mounts for aid to ailing beef farmers
The Eagle, warily, takes wing 4445
COLUMN

The Eagle, warily, takes wing

R. Alan has two things on his mind: the Canada Cup and a biography
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