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Monitor Archive for November 27, 1989

PEOPLE TO WASHINGTON: STOP THE CIGARETTE ADS
System Cuts Cost Of Shoemaking
Solidarity: Labor's Love Lost
Can You Trust?
(Not So) Hard Liners
A `Sam Spade' of Culture Explores Modern Age Mysteries
Japan Shuns Leading World Role
CORRECTION
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Restore Confidence to Investors
Why People in Leipzig Protest
Seeds of Success Stranded in Space
Syrians Mount Pressure on Aoun
So Much of Art Is Garbage
Computers Are Freedom's Network
US Finds Path to Latin American Peace Hard to Spot
Prague Ousters Not Enough To Satisfy Many
Only So-So Season Seen for Retailers
Pioneering Into the Past
Taipei Hopes Democracy Will Pave Way to Mainland
Don't Let US-Japan Relations Deteriorate
Vote for Democracy, Not Incumbency
US Mulls Shrinking Oil Supply
Crime Rises on US-Mexico Border
Young Artist in the Limelight
Why Ethiopia's Famine Persists
Gandhi's Ruling Party Appears to Lose Majority As India's Vote Is Counted
CAMBODIAN GUERRILLAS PRESS ATTACKS
Rider on the Antismoking Circuit
Shamir Faces Increased Pressure to Soften Stance on PLO