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Monitor Archive for November 16, 1989

Jordan King Affirms Democratic Course Despite Islamic Gains
British Exhorted to Prepare for 1992
Two (Safe) Germanys
E. Germans Put Hard-Line Regimes on Notice
Soviet Satire Flays Sensibilities
The Bard's Theater Found
Namibia `Has No Losers'
New `Henry V' Is Poles Apart From Olivier's
REICH PAYS HIGH PRICE IN BALTIC FOR SOVIET AID
High Costs Make Thatcher Abandon Nuclear Program
Walesa Praises West's Labor Unions
Celebrating `The Wall's' Demise
The Double-Standard Justification for South Africa's Apartheid
After the Wall
US RESIDENTS SOON TO NUMBER 250 MILLION
THE GENIUS OF GROPIUS
Seabrook Clears Another Hurdle to Start-up
We Were All Berliners
Trying a New Brand of Democracy
Sense on South Africa
Success - Its Spiritual Basis
Restrictions on Teenage Abortion
Bonn Deepens Polish Commitment
El Salvador's Only Option
High Tides and Tourists in Venice
News Currents
The Wall and Us and Them
Taiwan's Hou Hsiao-hsien Brilliantly Taps Film Medium's Affinity for Nostalgia
Sounding an Alarm on Poland
PRAGUE HOPES TRAVEL REFORMS WARD OFF CALLS FOR DEEPER CHANGE