January 16, 1989

A nation in turmoil 2223
WORLD

A nation in turmoil

Iranians try to redefine their revolution
MAKING ‘DEMOCRACY’ 3839
COVER

MAKING ‘DEMOCRACY’

PATRICK WATSON'S NEW 10-PART TV SERIES BOLDLY TACKLES THE ISSUE OF DEMOCRACY
A TELEVISIONARY 4445
COVER

A TELEVISIONARY

PATRICK WATSON’S BRILLIANT CAREER
The ‘Son of Heaven’ 20b21
WORLD

The ‘Son of Heaven’

The mixed legacy of Emperor Hirohito
STORMY WEATHER 1213
CANADA

STORMY WEATHER

OPPOSITION TO MEECH LAKE HAS LED MANITOBA'S GARY FILMON INTO DANGEROUS POLITICAL WATERS
A BUBBLING URBAN BATTLE 2627
BUSINESS

A BUBBLING URBAN BATTLE

B.C. RESIDENTS WILL GET A CHANCE TO PURCHASE HOUSING AT LI KA-SHING’S EXPO PROJECT
GUNNING FOR GADHAFI 1819
WORLD

GUNNING FOR GADHAFI

THE U.S. SHOOTS DOWN TWO LIBYAN JETS AND CLAIMS THAT TRIPOLI WILL SOON MAKE CHEMICAL WEAPONS
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Barbara Bush as trendsetter, Mikhail Gorbachev plans more changes, and Robertson Davies goes to the movies
The junk bond plague moves north 3232a
BUSINESS WATCH

The junk bond plague moves north

The moral of one saga seems to be that you can weave almost any web of corruption with little fear—if you do it on the stock market
They’ve come a long way, Maggie 1011
COLUMN

They’ve come a long way, Maggie

Thatcher has done what Marxism could never achieve: made the upper classes irrelevant without bloodshed
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