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SPECIAL REPORT--TRADE LEGISLATION: SEEKING THE RIGHT BALANCE
Introduction
Editor
Trade and Protectionism: What Should be Done?
Lawrence J. Lau
Why We Need Trade Legislation Now
John Heinz
America Needs More World Trade, Not Less
Phil Gramm
Congress' Task--Reduce Deficit, Regain Jobs
Lane Kirkland
Technology: The Rising Importance of the Pacific Rim
John T. Bennett

ANALYSIS
The U.S. and Australia: An Alliance Adrift?
Peter Samuel
The Southern Flank of NATO: A Wing in Disarray
Nikolaos A. Stavrou
The Brazilian Moratorium and the LDC Debt Overhang
Penelope Hartland-Thunberg
India and Pakistan: Getting Down to Brass Tacks
Sumit Ganguly
Raiders of Wall Street
Donald Lambro

COMMENTARY
Minimum Wage: Time for a Change? Yes
Rogan Kersh
Minimum Wage: Time for a Change? No
Jerome Ellig and Tim McClung
The Nicaraguan Constitution as Propaganda
Howard J. Wiarda
West Germany: Coalition Politics Reigns
Werner Kaltefleiter
The Caribbean Basin Initiative Is a Failure
Timothy Ashby

 

 
FAMILY
The Skhool for Parents: Helping Parents Love Their Teenagers
Paula Steen

FASHION
Image Dressing: Which 'Club' Are You In?
Carol Pearce

FOOD
Italy at Home: The Flavor of Boston's North End
Elaine Brooks

HEALTH
The Cuddlers: Volunteers Nurture Hospitalized Infants
Nancy Lee Fernas

HOBBY
Model Making: Serious Fun for the Not-So-Young
Tom Nugent

HUMOR
Always Lead Them Laughing
Robert Orben

TRAVEL
Nepal: A Diversity of Delights
Carole Ottesen

 

 

FEATURED BOOK: Alain de Benoist's Europe and the Third World
Benoist: From the Right to the Left
David Gress

American Culture: A Possible Threat
Thomas Molnar

The Imaginary Third World and the Real United States
Roger Kaplan

A Qualified Defense
Paul Gottfried

FEATURED BOOK: Dominique Lapierre's The City of Joy
Introduction
Editor

The Gate to Paradise
Peter Kreeft

Aiding the Poor in India
Ann McDonald

REVIEWS
Hoover and His FBI: A Study in Mediocrity?
Alan J. Levine
SECRECY AND POWER
Richard Gid Powers

Lillian Hellman: A Lying Legend in Her Own Time
Cynthia Grenier
LILLIAN HELLMAN
William Wright

Behind Closed Doors: Who Is Regulating Sex, and How
Connaught Marshner
THE REGULATION OF SEXUALITY
Carol Joffe

The Labyrinth of Polish Opposition
Janusz Bugajski
LETTERS FROM PRISON AND OTHER ESSAYS
Adam Michnik

Cambridge, Right or Wrong
Dennis O'Keeffe
THE RED AND THE BLUE
Andrew Sinclair
THE CAMBRIDGE APOSTLES
Richard Deacon

Singing the Body Mechanic
Gregory Wolfe
THE MECHANIC MUSE
Hugh Kenner

To Become a New People in Botany Bay
Priscilla Montgomery
THE FATAL SHORE
Robert Hughes

Financing the Knowledge Industry
John Braeman
TO ADVANCE KNOWLEDGE
Roger L. Geiger
AMERICAN PROFESSORS
Howard R. Bowen and Jack H. Schuster

Main Street Revisited
James J. Thompson, Jr
HOME FIRES BURNING
Robert Inman

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Europe's Great Railway Terminals
Marcus Binney

ART
Buddhist Manuscript Illumination
Julia Meech-Pekarik
Lila Acheson Wallace Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Great Opportunity for Twentieth-Century Art
James F. Cooper

CRAFT & DESIGN
Sugarloaf Craft Festivals: The Making of a Craft Festival
Deann Verdier

DANCE
ABT Premieres a Million-Dollar Sleeping Beauty
Louise Sheldon

FILM
Trekkie Fever '87: Star Trek Comes of Age
Douglas C. Moore
Andrei Tarkovsky: The Triumph of Faith
Cynthia Grenier

MUSIC
Andrei Gavrilov, A Pianist in the West
Bella Shiuk
Verdi's Otello: One Hundred Years
Andrew Clark

PERSPECTIVES
Can Funding Save the Arts in America?
Liza Mundy

POETRY
Why Stay Home, With New Worlds Everywhere?
Reney Myers

TELEVISION
Television Commercials: A Respected Art Form in Japan
David Tracey

THEATER
Off-Broadway: Where to Find Real Theater Today
Todd London

 

   
AT THE EDGE
The Ultimate in Miniaturization
Patrick Huyghe
Artificial Body Parts
Lorraine Brown

IMPACTS
Dyes: Adding Color to Our Lives
John J. Beer

NATURE WALK
Cerussite
Paul E. Desautels

SCIENCE ESSAY
Where are the Extraterrestrials Hiding?
Seth Shostak

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
Dorothy Hodgkin: Woman of Science
Brian Wijeratne

 

   
CROSSROADS
Marsh Mares of Almonte: Rounding Up Wild Horses in Andalusia
Michael Dean Murphy
Tolkytchka: The Soviets' Underground Free Market
R.I. Hoxsie

FOLK WISDOM
Old Tales From Korea
Edited with an introduction by Kim Yol-Gyu

HERITAGE
Border Culture: Intermixing Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
Ricardo Romo

PEOPLES
The Myriad Faces of Salzburg
Diana Burgwyn
Totem People of the Northwest
Erika Fabian

 

   
A PROBLEMATIC WAR
The Spanish Civil War in Light of Recent Historiography
Paul Gottfried

ON LORD BRYCE
James Bryce's American Democracy
Robert Nisbet

ON READING NIETZSCHE
Introduction
Editor
Nietzsche and Nihilism: The Crisis of the Modern World
David Walsh
Nietzsche and the Russian Revolution
Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal
New Views of Nietzsche
Robert Steuckers
The Rule of the Misfits: Ridicule in the Politics of Nietzsche and Machiavelli
Robert Eden

PINOCHET AT THE CROSSROADS
Notes on Chile
Thomas Molnar

PREREVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA: INTIMATIONS OF MODERNITY
Pytor Struve: From Legal Marxism to Liberal Consevatism
Nikolai P. Poltoratzky
The Prophetic Art of Dostoyevski
Dmitry Grigorieff
Boris Chicherin--Philosopher of Justice
Valery G. Kalensky

RELIGION AND SOCIETY
Religion and National Life in France
Norman Ravitch

 
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