March 22, 1999

HOW TEENS GOT THE POWER 4243
COVER

HOW TEENS GOT THE POWER

Gen Y has the cash, the cool—and a burgeoning consumer culture
HOW THE WTO WORKS 2627
Business

HOW THE WTO WORKS

There are rules—and there is Washington
PACKING A PUNCH 3031
Business

PACKING A PUNCH

A gentle U.S. envoy hits hard
Sex at $15 a tablet 5859
Health

Sex at $15 a tablet

Now that Viagra has approval, who will pick up the tab?
COOL INTENTIONS 4849
COVER

COOL INTENTIONS

Meet Ryan Phillippe, teen idol. At the age of 24, he is no teenager, but he plays one in the movies. This blond Adonis with the pretty-boy pout was the bully who got fish-gutted in the slasher hit I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)—costarring with Sarah Michelle Gellar of TV’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
THE DIAMOND WAR 1819
World

THE DIAMOND WAR

Canada tries to halt the illegal sales fuelling a brutal conflict
THE POLITICS OF TRADE 2425
Business

THE POLITICS OF TRADE

Are disputes becoming a way of life?
GLEN CLARK’S HIGH STAKES 1415
Canada

GLEN CLARK’S HIGH STAKES

It was not clear whether Premier Glen Clark was going to keep his job when he walked into a Vancouver hotel ballroom to meet his New Democratic Party caucus at the start of last week. He was still dealing with the furor involving an RCMP raid on his house, and questions concerning the granting of a charity casino licence to a friend.
THE OSCAR WARS 6061
FILM

THE OSCAR WARS

The Elizabethan Age and the Second World War square off in Tinseltown's homage to itself
The Mail 45

The Mail

Congratulations on putting the reluctant diva Alanis Morissette on your cover, and for your lively, well-balanced article (“Reinventing Alanis,” March 8). They are a fitting tribute to a young Canadian singer calmly placing her artistic integrity above her fame.
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