November 27, 1989

The Abuse Of Children 5657
COVER

The Abuse Of Children

CHILDREN OF BOTH SEXES AND OF ALL AGES AND SOCIAL GROUPS CAN BE THE VICTIMS
Adjusting to change 2829
WORLD

Adjusting to change

In East and West, the shock waves roll on
A dynasty in doubt 3636a
WORLD

A dynasty in doubt

Rajiv Gandhi fights for political survival
COZYING UP TO THE KREMLIN 1819
SPECIAL REPORT

COZYING UP TO THE KREMLIN

Right from the start, the main purpose of the trip had been to promote closer economic ties between Canada and the Soviet Union. But as Prime Minister Brian Mulroney prepared to leave Ottawa last Saturday on the first leg of his longawaited visit to Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev, a small circle of senior advisers scrambled to keep up with developments in Europe—and anticipate future tremors.
IBM GOES TO WAR 4647
BUSINESS

IBM GOES TO WAR

AS COMPETITION IN THE PERSONALCOMPUTER MARKET HEATS UP, IBM’S RIVALS ARE WINNING BIGGER MARKETS
MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES 6061
COVER

MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES

SOME VICTIMS DEVELOP A SEPARATE REALITY
THE VIEW FROM MOSCOW 20d21
SPECIAL REPORT

THE VIEW FROM MOSCOW

BRIAN MULRONEY VISITS A WEARY EMPIRE
HANDS ACROSS THE POLE 2425
SPECIAL REPORT

HANDS ACROSS THE POLE

TWO ARCTIC NATIONS FORGE NEW TIES
SHUTTLE TO JAIL 1415
CANADA

SHUTTLE TO JAIL

It was planned as the inaugural flight in a regular cocaine shuttle between South America and the United States—via Atlantic Canada. But the ambitious scheme came to an unexpectedly early end on April 3, when the first load of 1,100 lb. of cocaine— worth about $50 million—packed aboard a twin-engine Commander 1000 plane crashlanded near Fredericton.
LETTERS 45
LETTERS

LETTERS

MISGUIDED CRUSADER? Your article “A crusader’s challenge” (Canada, Nov. 6) overlooks the fact that Henry Morgentaler chose a blunt way of breaking the law in order to impose his view. In most countries, such a person would be regarded as a criminal and not a national hero.
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