All articles in v05n5

  1. From the Editor, Oct-Nov 1989, p.4
  2. Letters, Oct-Nov 1989, p.5
  3. Jean Smith What to Remember on Remembrance Day, Oct-Nov 1989, p.6
  4. Mary-Wynne Ashford Canada Needs a New Security Corps, Oct-Nov 1989, p.7
  5. Marianne Larsen Who Reads PEACE?, Oct-Nov 1989, p.8
  6. Bonnie Kim Before Beijing Spring: A Talk with Victor Falkenheim, Oct-Nov 1989, p.10
  7. Dean Babst To learn from Chernobyl, watch out for bombs that are RADIOACTIVE!, Oct-Nov 1989, p.12
  8. Cyril Powles Japanese Elections and Prospects for Peace, Oct-Nov 1989, p.13
  9. Martin Zellig Sam Day, Nuclear Prisoner, Oct-Nov 1989, p.14
  10. Douglas Roche Farewell to a Peacemonger, Oct-Nov 1989, p.16
  11. Alex Dickman (interviewer); George Ignatieff (interviewee) G·E·O·R·G·E · I·G·N·A·T·I·E·F·F, Oct-Nov 1989, p.17
  12. Geoffrey Pearson New Opportunities for Peace Research By Geoffrey Pearson, Oct-Nov 1989, p.20
  13. Peter Meincke The Closing of CFB Summerside, Oct-Nov 1989, p.23
  14. John Bacher Canadian Soldiers Hugged the Trees, Oct-Nov 1989, p.24
  15. Disarmament Campaigns Disarmament Campaigns, Oct-Nov 1989, p.26
  16. Edward Nixon and staff Newsworthy, Oct-Nov 1989, p.29
  17. David Webster, Donald Craig Notes, Oct-Nov 1989, p.30

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