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Pander Meter

When the going gets tough, the incumbent gets generous. Add up the altruism President Bush has demonstrated this month as he tries to close the gap with Clinton:...

Grapevine: Apr. 23, 1990

IF YOU CAN'T TRUST YOUR INSURER . . . There are ominous signs that the insurance industry may be facing a crisis that could rival the savings and loan debacle...

The Press: 284 Years of News

One of the larger headlines in the Boston Chronicle of July 25, 1768 read: STRAYED. The copy beneath told of a lost "small red & white spotted cow"; the owner...

ITALY: Fateful Day

On April 18 Paul Revere's ride and the San Francisco earthquake began. For another reason, April 18 kept bobbing up last week in dispatches from Paris,...

Religion: Millionaires

The Knights of Malta, most distinguished of Catholic organizations, created last week its first U. S. group¬ówith the election of ten U. S. millionaires, whose...

Business & Finance: Earthquakes and Finances

The Japanese earthquake proved a gloomy influence in financial London, owing to the extensive British investments and interests throughout the Orient. In New...

Cinema: The New Pictures: Sep. 18, 1939

The Rains Came (20th Century-Fox) suggests that, unless Producer Darryl Francis Zanuck abates his enthusiasm for bigger & better cinema catastrophes, the...

Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 6, 1936

The Poor Little Rich Girl (Twentieth Century-Fox). Shirley Temple pictures, emerging with the regularity of the seasons, have one point in common. All are...

DISASTERS: Death on the Madison

In the high Montana country west of Yellowstone Park, a full moon, shining on the pine-covered mountains, etched the thin, black notch of canyon where the...

Business & Finance: Stock Market

Last week was perhaps the most remarkable speculative week in modern history of the New York Stock Exchange. Speculative, because there were no political or...

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