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Monitor Archive for January 12, 1989
Tide Turns for French Leadership. After weeks of labor unrest, premier buoyed by strong economy and political successes
Strength From a Stillness Within. Brazilian rubber tapper and environmentalist Chico Mendes died trying to protect the forest he loved
What US Scholars Think of the Reagan Presidency. He restored prestige of White House, but doubts on policies persist. PRESIDENTIAL REPORT CARD
Vacation at Zihuatanejo
Meeting Sheds New Light on Missile Crisis
The Boys of Seville
Latin Debtors Seek New Approaches. GLOBAL MARKETS
Customs: These Cars are Trucks
Israel's Economic Front
Balanced Budget Made Simple But Not Easy
Mitterrand's Softer Line on Immigrants Could Shore up Leftist Support
Why Castro is Freeing Prisoners. Experts say economic pressures, not desire for closer ties to US, motivate Cuban leader. DIPLOMATIC CHARM OFFENSIVE
Campus Quandary: Ethics. Courses at many universities are again considering moral issues
`A New Kind of Liberal'
To Live and Farm in Iceland. FIRST PERSON: DEFYING NATURE
Unclear Pictures of Europe
Central Americans Free to Leave Texas
JOSEF HERMAN'S CREDO. Art, Josef Herman insists, has to do not so much with aesthetics as with conscience. `Without your conscience,' he says, `ther...
The Field in Texas
Dance Molded by Sponsorship
Cultural Radar Picks Up `1000 Airplanes' - Music-Theater Spectacle. PERFORMANCE: THEATER