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Vol. 136, No. 11 SEPTEMBER 10, 1990


THE GULF: Everybody is talking, but there isn't much to negotiate in the gulf

Both sides in the crisis seem to be looking for an exit, but neither gives way on its basic -- and irreconcilable -- demands. -- In an interview with TIME, Egypt's Hosni Mubarak voices fears of war. -- The loudest dissent against Bush's gulf policy comes from, surprise, the right wing.


NATION: Black and female candidates are making politics a new ball game

For years, white males have had elections all to themselves. But the tactics they devised for running against each other can ricochet...

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