Time Magazine Contents PageVol. 134, No. 23 DECEMBER 4, 1989

Vol. 134, No. 23 DECEMBER 4, 1989

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COVER: The superwomen are weary; the young are complacent. Is there a future for feminism?

In the '80s American women learned that "having it all" meant doing it all, and some look back wistfully at the simpler times before women's liberation. But very few would really like to turn back the clock. As America heads into the '90s, the battle over abortion rights is regalvanizing feminism, amid a slow awakening to the realization that there's still a long way to go.

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EAST-WEST: Yet another regime topples in Eastern Europe, helping set the agenda of the Malta summit

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