Time Magazine Contents Page: July 23 , 1990

Vol. 136, No. 4 JULY 23, 1990


WORLD: Through exile and rebellion the Palestinians have been seeking an identity

After 2 1/2 years of the intifadeh they have built a nation but not a state. No matter what happens, they will never be the same. -- Yeltsin's departure could leave Gorbachev in charge of an irrelevant Communist Party. -- Chamorro navigates Nicaragua back from the brink of chaos.


NATION: The S&L scandal acquires a human face -- George Bush's son

The President defends Neil Bush, who could be a target of a $200 million federal suit in the collapse of a Colorado thrift. -- Cover-up? Critics...

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