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Vol. 133 No. 2 JANUARY 9, 1989


COVER: Mississippi Burning rekindles memories and ignites debate

In 1964 the Ku Klux Klan murdered three civil rights workers. A stark new film about the case has won acclaim for its cinematic bravado and for Gene Hackman' s career- capping performance. The movie has also stoked questions about the ways history may be bent in pursuit of rebel- razin' entertainment. See SHOW BUSINESS.


WORLD: Drowning in debt and with little expectation of boom times, Latin America looks to Washington for help

The region' s fragile democracies face social unrest and political turmoil if their massive foreign loans are not...

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