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Monitor Archive for November 8, 1989

Reform Comes Slowly to Prague
The Vote in Namibia
Healing and the Kingdom of God
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Rock for the Cabaret Crowd
The High Bidder: Art's Most Elusive Fake?
Black Leader Sees Orderly Road to Negotiations
Companies Invest in Gasification
With Two Bears as Stars You (Almost) Can't Miss
Hope in a War-Torn Village
Quick-Draw Cuisine Stirs Reply
Great Plains Coal-To-Gas Plant May Earn Its First Profit This Year
A Glider - and a Crowd - Lifted on a Sudden Rush of Air
CHINESE SCHOLAR DISMISSED FROM HIS POST
Bush's Pace on the Environment
CHINA TIGHTENS CONTROL OVER ECONOMY
SOVIETS STAGE INDEPENDENT MARCH IN MOSCOW
BETTER SCHOOL FINANCING HELPS STUDENT PERFORMANCE
BOOKS FOR THE TIME-SHORT COOK
Aquino Brings Her `Report Card' to US
No Shortcut Through Poland's Maze
Bay State Pushing Ahead on Gay Rights
New Pianist in Memphis Mold
Brothers on the 'Board