Time Magazine Contents Page January 25, 1988

Vol. 131 No. 4

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COVER: Why 200,000 Iowans have such a big say in picking the next President

The race for the White House starts in a state that is overwhelmingly small- town, white and Protestant. But this is no backwater: Iowans are smart, sophisticated, and they take their politics seriously. -- More than voters elsewhere, Iowa caucusgoers are ready to leave Reagan behind, a Time poll finds. -- How the U. S. concocted its screwy system for choosing candidates. See NATION.

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WORLD: The struggle over Israel' s occupied territories blazes out of control

Rock- throwing mobs continue their frenzied attacks as bewildered...

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