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Monitor Archive for December 29, 1989
Decades of `Me'
Asian Screens, Pottery, Porcelain in Special Exhibition at Metropolitan's Sackler Galleries
Cheers to the 1980s; Hail the 1990s
Reich Protests to Allies On Use of Mandate Lands
Invasion Took Its Toll in Deaths, Human Suffering
Morse Captures Essence of Capote in `Tru'
A Voice for Decency in TV
Braking Hard On Road to '90
No Pie for t'Lads
Time to Test Cuba
FRENCH BUY BRITISH WATER
Hard-line Police Given Ultimatum
Is There Literary Life After Samizdat?
Toting Tomes Across the Wall
AUSTRALIAN EARTHQUAKE TAKES TOLL
Response to Harsch: `Gorbachev's Ace'
Contra Camp: Life in Limbo
Notes on the Eve of My Sabbatical
Panamanians Applaud Invasion
Settling Old Accounts
Czechoslovaks Tackle Tasks of Democracy
Closing Romania's Ethnic Rift
Calls for Greater Federal Action
Fall of Ceausescus Leaves Power Vacuum in Romania
Noriega and Asylum
Where Science Is Headed -Hl- SERIES CONCLUSION. Breadth of knowledge will be as required as depth to solve the 21st century's problems