August 14, 1989

HOSTAGES TO TERROR 2021
COVER

HOSTAGES TO TERROR

THE MIDDLE EAST HOSTAGE CRISIS CONTINUES TO HAUNT AND DEFY WORLD LEADERS
A NIGHTMARE FOR AMERICA 2627
COVER

A NIGHTMARE FOR AMERICA

BUSH CONFRONTS THE LATEST CRISIS
GETTING THE BEST PRICE 3435
BUSINESS

GETTING THE BEST PRICE

ONE OF CANADA'S LARGEST MINING COMPANIES MAY BE SOLD TO A U.S. BUYER TO BENEFIT SHAREHOLDERS
Redefining roles 4647
THE SEXES

Redefining roles

‘New Men' are striving to change stereotypes
Dialing for rubles 3839
BUSINESS

Dialing for rubles

Pursuing profits in a challenging new market
CRISIS IN POLAND 1617
WORLD

CRISIS IN POLAND

THE REMOVAL OF PRICE CONTROLS ON FOOD ANGERS POLISH WORKERS AND RAISES THE THREAT OF STRIKES
THE FINAL APPEAL 1011
CANADA

THE FINAL APPEAL

CHANTAL DAIGLE’S MONTH-LONG FIGHT FOR AN ABORTION GOES BEFORE THE HIGHEST COURT IN THE COUNTRY
Testing the waters 1212a
CANADA

Testing the waters

Liberal hopefuls assess their chances
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Kevin Costner upstages a princess, Stevie Cameron tells capital tales, and western Canadians show their wit
Jesse Helms on the meaning of art 89
AN AMERICAN VIEW

Jesse Helms on the meaning of art

'If someone wants to write ugly nasty things on the men’s room wall, the taxpayers do not provide the crayons’
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