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Monitor Archive for February 13, 1989

Swans in the Dark
Jobs for Northern Ireland
Indiana's Buy-Now, Study-Later Plan
The Streets Before Dawn
Man Is Never Lost
Taking the Pulse of Moscow. ... and what do you think of reform?
Congress Pushes Joint Purchasing By Armed Forces. PRESSURE ON PENTAGON
The Deregulation Dilemma
Mighty Casey the Contra Steps Up to Bat
The $mell of Money
Palestinian Tries to Fill Dialogue Gap. MIDEAST NEGOTIATIONS
More Pet Therapy Programs
The Gun Lobby is Running Out of Ammo
VALENTINE'S DAY IN JAPAN: LADIES, DON'T EXPECT A GIFT
Bush: No Bold Plan, but a New Tone. The White House emphasizes the federal budget cannot solve all the country's problems. THE FEDERAL BUDGET
Banishing Poverty: an Uphill Fight. Joblessness, crime continue to stymie progress in Miami's poor black neighborhoods. AMERICA'S UNDERCLASS
`Tap': Flying Feet and Unabashed Emotions. FILM: REVIEW
`Lawrence' in Fine Shape. Director David Lean and his refurbished film share an ovation
HOW TO GET MORE INFORMATION
Channel Markers
Puppy Love. Animals help ease the loneliness and fears of shut-ins. SOMEONE TO CARE FOR
Wary of 1992, Japan Sets Up Shop in Britain
Much Ado About Everything
BILL INTRODUCED TO OPEN NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORY