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Monitor Archive for January 27, 1989

Take Down the Berlin Wall
ABRAMS: NO REGRETS ON CENTRAL AMERICA
A Vision for Today
Mediation Tried for Border Dispute in Gulf
Can Bush Be a Truman for the '90s?
US Probe Prompts French Crisis. INSIDER TRADING: OUT IN THE OPEN
Poor Math Skills Hamper US, Panel Says
Outspoken Lehman Urges a Smaller Pentagon. ADVICE FOR TOWER
Shady Trading in the Windy City. IT'S THE PITS
CORRECTION
US Bulldozers Crawl Back. Weak dollar, cost-conscious global strategies help heavy-equipment companies dig out
Vietnam Nods to China on Ethnic Issues
A College Girl's Maine Requirement
Norm Abram: Sage of the Sawdust Set
Central America: An Early Priority for James Baker. THE OLD ORDER CHANGETH
Collector's Piece. BOOKS
Bicycle Jams and Sleeping Pandas. A slow train from Guangzhou to Kowloon prompts thoughts on where China is headed. TRAVEL: THE SOUTHERN CHINA SCENE
A Ride on the Wild Side
China, UN Join Forces to Reshape Population Policy. 1.1 BILLION ... AND COUNTING
Lights, Camera, - Hammer! WOODWORKING: DO-IT-YOURSELF SHOW
Ringo Tries Kids' TV. Talking with him, though, it's hard not to mention the B*****s. TELEVISION: INTERVIEW