Table of Contents

updated 10/28/1991 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 10/28/1991 AT 01:00 AM EST

STAR TRACKS 6
Bono plays a fly boy, Joan Collins engages in a little pageantry, Princess Bea makes the rounds, Al Pacino travels Europe with his steady, and more

COVER

40 The Senate ultimately confirmed Clarence Thomas, but the charges brought against him by Anita Hill may have changed the rules of working in America forever

44 On the heels of Anita Hill's riveting testimony, women across the country tell how fighting sexual harassment can leave painful scars—even when they win

48 Sexual harassment in the workplace: law professor Catharine MacKinnon explains it; linguist Deborah Tannen tells why it is so frequently overlooked

50 A respected professor of neurosurgery at Stanford's medical school, Dr. Frances Conley, says that the Hippocratic oath is no guarantee against sexual harassment

ON THE MOVE 55
Super Supreme Court reporter Nina Totenberg broke the Anita Hill story and nearly derailed Clarence Thomas's nomination

KIN 59
Chad Lowe, younger brother of Rob, makes a name for himself as an HIV-positive high schooler on ABC's Life Goes On

LOOKOUT 85
As the star of the raucous film comedy Livin' Large, actor Terrence "T.C." Carson wins fame, if not fortune

BIO 89
Teri Garr, the woman who spent much of the '80s lighting up small films with her incandescent comedic gift, moves to the small screen in Good & Evil

TRIBUTE 98
He's comin' to join you, honey: Redd Foxx, TV's most lovable curmudgeon, succumbs to a heart attack at 68

ON THE JOB 103
France's Marie Sara Bourseiller is the only woman now bearing the title of rejoneadora—horseback bullfighter

HEIRS 107
To the Duke of Marlborough's chagrin, his son Jamie, the Marquess of Blandford, lands in jail—again

JOCKS 111
For the first time ever, an American gymnast, Kim Zmeskal, 15, wins the women's all-around title at the World Championships

TO THE TOP 113
Love Connection host Chuck Woolery walks softly into the talk-show fray

PAGES 119
The Education of Little Tree, a charming child's memoir of Cherokee wisdom, turns out to be the work of a notorious southern racist

CONTROVERSY 125
Sculptor Tyler Mercier discovers a strange cluster of brain-tumor deaths in Los Alamos, N.Mex., birthplace of the atom bomb

WINNERS 129
Under house arrest since 1989, Burma's charismatic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi garners the Nobel Peace Prize

SEQUEL 131
Deprived by Blue Cross of a potentially life-saving transplant, teacher Tom Bradley fought AIDS discrimination until his death

SONG 132
The latest next very big thing from England is a 6'4" leather-clad singer named Seal

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 10
THE INSIDER 39
PASSAGES 97
CHATTER 134

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