The Japanese don't have to like or admire us. They just...

On the other hand

February 05, 1992|By DAN BERGER

The Japanese don't have to like or admire us. They just have to buy the cars we build with the steering wheel on the wrong side whether they want to or not.

The legislators have a compromise tax-and-spending plan in which only half the libraries close.

Cheer up. The Venezuelan coup failed.

The law of racial preference in scholarships is perfectly clear: It is either forbidden or mandatory, never discretionary.

How 'bout playing the Loyola-Towson basketball games in the Arena from now on, so we can all see?

Remember, this is the Year of the Monkey. Anything could happen.

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