Time Magazine Contents Page: Dec. 3, 1990

Vol. 136, No. 24 DECEMBER 3, 1990


WORLD: Facing a Tory revolt, Britain's Margaret Thatcher gracefully steps aside as Prime Minister

The end of an era comes with stunning speed, but can her challengers fill her shoes at home and abroad? The U.S. cajoles its allies to support a U.N. resolution permitting military action against Iraq. Eastern Europe's fledgling democracies find that freedom is not cheap.


NATION: Despite a massive crackdown, the U.S. is losing the war on drugs

The view that victory is in sight is shared by the President and his outgoing drug czar. While drug use has plunged in the middle class, cocaine...

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