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Monitor Archive for October 10, 1989

IN 1592, COLUMBUS SAILED THE OCEAN BLUE?
Patience
Hungarian Party in Struggle
Door Swings Open For More Legal Intervention
Iran Clamps Down on Hizbullah
A Useful Test for Gorbachev
Toy Industry Dominated by Video Games
US Paying Stiff Price For Porous Borders
BARGE TRAFFIC FACES LOW WATER LEVELS
Requiem for a Classical Music Station
Peace Breaks Out in Washington
East Bloc and Israel
A Plea for Environmental `Dominion'
One for the Schools
Nobel Prize for Dalai Lama Puts China on Defensive
Planetary Predictions Prove True
AQUINO SAYS NO TO MARCOS RETURN
Should Money Buy Art an Entry?
Academic Freedom, Free Speech
Toxic-Waste Reduction Must Head Home
Fetal Endangerment Cases Increase
Plan for Black Judges Fails
US to Boost Toxic Arsenal
A R'esum'e Does Not an Artist Make
Human Connections - A Playwright's View
Illustrators Risk the Stigma Of `Second-Class' Artists
Feminism and `The Heidi Chronicles': Betty Freidan and Gloria Steinem Reflect
World Markets Flex Their Muscles
Excerpt From `The End of Nature'
TAXING LIQUOR AND CIGARETTES SAVES LIVES
Initiative Shifts to Independents
Art Behind The Scenes