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Education: Getting Tough

If tough love is your thing, you can find a lot to love about Joe Clark. Bullhorn cradled in one arm, a stack of books and papers resting in the other, the...

CANADA: Trudeau's Triumphant Comeback

A bumbling image and an austerity budget beat Joe Clark "Well," declared Pierre Elliott Trudeau, "welcome to the 1980s." As supporters cheered his triumph in...

A Letter From the Publisher: Feb. 1, 1988

Sometimes an interview can be an exercise in, well, exercise. When TIME Correspondent Janice Simpson called Joe Clark, the controversial New Jersey high school...

World: Tory Toiler

JOE WHO? That disbelieving headline appeared in the Toronto Star three years ago, the day after an obscure M.P. from rural Alberta emerged as leader of Canada's...

CANADA: Casual Joe Takes a Fall

A no-confidence upset brings down Clark's Tory government When Speaker James Jerome ordered the "vote on division" at 9:50 p.m., the packed public gallery in...

CANADA: From Trudeau to Plain Joe

The Tories win a narrow victory, but they intend to govern like a majority He had been Canada's Prime Minister for more than eleven years, governing his...

Canada to the Rescue

On the heels of Argo winning the Oscar for Best Picture, TIME Magazine reprints its 1980 coverage of the Canadian Caper.

Canada: Upset in Ottawa

A new Conservative leader For three days, eight candidates for leadership of Canada's Progressive Conservative Party pressed the flesh and corralled supporters...

CANADA: A Softy Says Farewell

Trudeau resigns as Liberal Party leader Since his party was turned out of office by Joe Clark's Progressive Conservatives six months ago, Pierre Elliott...

Nation: Canada to the Rescue

A wave of thanks to a neighbor for saving six diplomats from Tehran It had none of the lightning-flash finesse of Entebbe, none of the bloody ferocity of...

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