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Jan 22, 1990
Vol. 33 No. 3
January 22, 1990
In This Issue
A Woman's Place Is at the Front
When Street Fighting Blurred the Battle Lines During the Panama Invasion, Female U.S. Soldiers Got Their First Taste of Combat. Says a Male Vietnam Vet Who Commanded Them: 'not One Woman Washed Out'
This Year's TV Hall of Famers Get Great Reception
Life Turns Upside Down for Vaclav Havel, Out of Jail and in as Czech President
John Casey's Ship Comes in with a National Book Award for His Novel About Fishermen's Lives
Her Salvadoran Ordeal Over, Jennifer Casolo Hits the Road to End the War She Left Behind
For David Sage, Wise Creator of a Snowball Maker, There's No Business Like Snow Business
Hung Up on the Telephone, Artist Arman Devises a Long-Distance Tribute
Dr. James Halikas Finds That a Pill Made for Seizures May Help Cocaine Addicts to Just Say No
Three Years After Terry Waite's Kidnapping in Beirut, His Mother Clings to Faith in His Return
Mötley Crüe Is Still Rude and Crude, but No Longer Wasted
Japan's Fugu Is a Delicacy—but Is It Poisson or Poison?
After a Tragic Accident, Born on the Fourth's Lane Davis Bravely Fights a Battle to Speak Again
To the Beat of Different Drums, American Indian Dancers Bring An Old Heritage to a New World
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