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Monitor Archive for November 1, 1989
WORTH NOTING ON TV
`Hyphen Bowl' a Barometer of Rural Decline
One Art Student's Experience
Tokyo Buyouts: 1st Hollywood, Now Rockefeller Center
Bush Eyes the Line-Item Veto
If You Was Me
Salinas Revives Role Of Strong President
Color Is the Key to Noland's Deceptively Simple Canvases
A New Era for the United Nations
India's Chefs Expand Repertoire
SUIT AGAINST CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS DISMISSED
Inside Brattleboro's Busy Music Center - Cultural Command Post for This Town of 12,000
Media Catch-Phrases That Recall Pictures of the Past
Saving Lake Champlain
Beyond Complexity, A Great Simplicity
Seville Turns to Centuries-Old Methods
Spain's Youth Ask: `Why Compulsory Military Service?'
Canadians Tire of Paying More for Groceries
North Dakota Chafes At Draining Lake To Fill `Big Muddy'
New Memory Chips Don't Forget
`Brattleboro Needed Bach'
Targeted Help In Sudan
Individuals Control the Market
The Art of Testing Young Artists
Better US - Indian Relations in Sight
Torture on Rise in Salvador
Leaders Stress European Unity
An Essayist's Adventures of the Heart
`If You Was Me'