COVER: Strife- torn South Korea faces a crisis of Olympic proportions
In more than a dozen cities, students erupt in a frenzy of defiance against the six- year rule of President Chun Doo Hwan. But even though middle- class housewives and businessmen have joined the protests for the first time, the political opposition remains weak and divided. Despite the violence, the 1988 Summer Games are set to go on as planned -- and splendidly. See WORLD.
NATION: A Manhattan jury says "not guilty" to Subway Gunman Goetz
The acquittal raises questions about an individual' s right to self- defense,...