Suspending his bid for the White House, Paul Tsongas mulls how he can keep his message alive
Loosening the Gag -- a Bit
A Bigot Gets The Boot
Storming the Club
Clinton's Veep Prospects: How to Score 'Em (Grapevine)
Rubbergate claims its first victims and threatens scores more in November. Even Tom Foley may have to pay.
Does Monty Python Know About This? (Grapevine)
As politicians' wives increasingly forge careers of their own, questions about conflicts of interest inevitably arise
Hospitality vs. Questionable Conduct (Grapevine)
October Surprise: the Sequel (Grapevine)
With two big Rust Belt victories and Tsongas out of the race, the nomination is Clinton's to lose. Now he faces a tougher challenge: proving he can beat Bush.
The Lord Moves in Mysterious Ways ... (Grapevine)
Clinton's Foreign Policy Jujitsu
Vox Pop: Mar. 30, 1992 (Grapevine)
Amid barbs from Buckingham Palace and press criticism of Duchess Do-Little, Fergie decides to end her marriage to the Duke of York
As Bush dooms loan guarantees, and relations with the U.S. worsen, a bomb levels the Buenos Aires embassy
Voters in what should be the last whites-only election support sharing power with the black majority. Can De Klerk and Mandela make it happen?
Afghanistan: Najibullah's Siren Song (World Notes)
Najibullah's Siren Song
Eastern Europe: Poaching Souls (World Notes)
Former Soviet Union: A Dangerous Divide (World Notes)
A Dangerous Divide
Hong Kong: Undesirable Imports (World Notes)
Will Bush Go to Rio? (Environment)
The environment is low on his priority list, but he can't afford the fallout of being a no-show at the Earth Summit
With this week's first broadcast of digital high-definition TV, the U.S. takes the lead in a pivotal industry for the 21st century
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Time Magazine Contents Page (Contents)
Vol. 139 No. 13 MARCH 30, 1992
Vol. 139 No. 13 MARCH 30, 1992
Chrysler's board reaches outside for an heir apparent. But the race to replace Iacocca may be far from over.
The Changing Face of Chic
Take It to the Cleaners
Guns 'n' Losses
No Kidding, We're No. 1?
In the battle for customers, high tech is one way to compete with -- and sometimes beat -- low prices
A bitter debate divides feminism and some of its liberal backers. At issue: free speech vs. the civil rights of abused women.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Caught in A Web of Love (Cinema)
Country Rocks (Music)
The Boomers Buoyed by fresh converts and embraced by a whole generation facing the realities of middle age, the new Nashville sound captures the mainstream with a nourishing mix of tradition, down-hom
Critics' Voices: Mar. 30, 1992 (Critics' Voices)
Garth Brooks, average guy, pleasant singer and hokey holy terror as a performer, is the surprising new face of pop
Give My Regards To Malibu (Theater)
Movie and TV stars stampede to Broadway, bringing old-fashioned glamour, box-office clout and artistic sizzle
Public TV Under Assault (Television)
Conservatives have stepped up their campaign against left-wing fare, but their attacks are misplaced
Talking About the Untalkable (Books)
As jobs grow scarcer and resentments rise, blacks and whites give Studs Terkel an earful about race and class
TO OUR READERS
From The Managing Editor: Mar. 30, 1992 (From The Managing Editor)
Is it the end -- or just the beginning?