Time Magazine Contents Page Vol. 133 No. 16 APRIL 17, 1989

Magazine contents page Vol. 133 No. 16 APRIL 17, 1989


COVER: In the battle over exploitation of Alaska's vast resources, the tragic Exxon Valdez accident may give environmentalists the upper hand

While cleanup crews and local fishermen fight to contain the largest oil spill in U.S. history, Exxon faces mounting outrage over its role in the tragic episode, while policymakers ponder how to make sure it can never happen again. -- Resentful of international pressure, Brazil unveils a plan to help save the Amazon. See ENVIRONMENT.


NATION: As Oliver North takes the stand, the Government says Bush made covert efforts to aid the contras

When he was Vice President,...

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