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- December 17, 1990
- Vol. 34
- No. 24
In This Issue
Their lives forever changed by a crime that colleges have frequently failed to acknowledge. University of Colorado student Casey Letvin and other victims of campus rape come forward to talk about their anger and pain
UP FRONT 48-63
Facing the most daunting crisis of his Presidency, George Bush sits down with wife Barbara for an exclusive interview with PEOPLE
Madonna doesn't go all the way in her steamy new video, just far enough to give MTV cold feet and heat up sales of "Justify My Love"
As tensions run high on the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Palestinian children pay a terrible price
Turning 75, Frank Sinatra may be a mellower fellow, but he's not settling back with his pipe and his slippers
Kids at Houston's M.D. Anderson Cancer Center design their own Christmas cards for fun and for charity
Once the ail-American models for the Partridge Family, the Cowsills pick up the pieces two decades later to take another run at musical stardom
IN HIS WORDS 81
Asking what Americans can do for their country, William F. Buckley Jr. suggests a character-building program of national service
The Hollywood premiere of Rob Reiner's new thriller, Misery, makes Kim Basinger, Kirstie Alley, Carol Kane and others squirm...with delight
TO THE TOP 109
The first woman, first Hispanic and first Father Guido Sarducci in-law to hold the job, pediatrician Antonia Novello puts compassion, mettle and wit to work as the new U.S. Surgeon General
It sounds trashy, but Jeff and Chris Tomlinson keep what celebs throw away
After 10 years, producer David Merrick—the "Beast of Broadway"—prowls the Great White Way again, and critics are bolting their doors
With the success of Home Alone, Hollywood's wunderkind Macaulay Culkin, 10, may finally get a room of his own
Basketball's Michael Jordan comes to earth—briefly—to fashion a new sideline: designing tuxedos
Dorothy Kunhardt's children remember the energetic eccentric who created a children's classic 50 years ago—Pat the Bunny
For the likes of Joan Rivers, Ivana Trump and Paulina Porizkova, it was shop till you drop (a bundle) at New York City's Seventh on Sale festival
PICKS & PANS 13
STYLE WATCH 45
THE INSIDER 47
STAR TRACKS 106
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