October 30, 1989

THE DAY THE EARTH ROARED 5455
COVER

THE DAY THE EARTH ROARED

Dorothy Otto had just called her husband on the car telephone to say that she was on her way home. Otto, a 43-year-old sales representative from San Rafael, Calif., was heading north last Tuesday on the lower deck of Oakland’s two-tiered Nimitz Freeway when, shortly after 5 p.m., she suddenly saw the road start to shake.
SHOCKS IN THE MARKETS 7071
BUSINESS

SHOCKS IN THE MARKETS

Even the seasoned professionals were reluctant to participate in the volatile wheeling and dealing. Peter Anderson, rated by The Wall Street Journal as the top stock-investment manager in the United States for each of the past two years, told Maclean’s that he “simply sat back and did nothing” as stock markets around the world crashed on Oct.
Packaging the news 8282a
JOURNALISM

Packaging the news

Racy talk shows masquerade as news programs
THE ORIGINS OF KILLER QUAKES 6666a
COVER

THE ORIGINS OF KILLER QUAKES

A FEVERISH SEARCH FOR DANGER SIGNS
Fires of nationalism 42b43
WORLD

Fires of nationalism

Azerbaijanis press for greater autonomy
LETTERS 1011
LETTERS

LETTERS

In five years of working in the field of weight loss through attitude, habit and self-image change while eliminating dieting, I can verify the fact that dieting indeed creates an obsession with food and a heavier body over the long term (“The dangers of dieting,” Cover, Oct. 9).
Journey to Jupiter 8889
SPACE

Journey to Jupiter

Galileo streaks off on an ambitious mission
Animal magnetism 9495
FILMS

Animal magnetism

A grizzly and a cub make a buddy movie
THE TRIPLE E OPTION 3031
SPECIAL REPORT

THE TRIPLE E OPTION

REFORMERS SEEK A NEW-LOOK SENATE
OPENING NOTES 2021

OPENING NOTES

Sarah annoys the Queen, Brian Mulroney moves up, and Peter Pocklington strikes out
BY POPULAR DEMAND 2425
CANADA SPECIAL REPORT

BY POPULAR DEMAND

A RETIRED GENERAL WINS ALBERTA’S UNIQUE ELECTION TO CHOOSE A SENATOR
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