Time Magazine Contents Page

Magazine contents page Vol. 135, No. 13 MARCH 26, 1990


WORLD: Germany's imminent unification revives old myths, stirs new concerns and demands clarity on which is which

Many Europeans see a nation that is no longer there. But the emergence of a mightier Germany means it will have to be reassuring to its neighbors while the Atlantic partners try to redesign the alliance. -- Mikhail Gorbachev takes on more powers -- and more problems. -- Israel's government stumbles and falls over the peace process.


NATION: Will a bold plan for deficit reduction turn into deja voodoo?

Democrat Dan Rostenkowski urges higher taxes and a freeze on social spending, but...

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