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Monitor Archive for February 14, 1989
Why Numerates Have More Fun. BOOKS
WHO IS THE TERRORIST?
A Breath of Scandal
Afghan Rebels Take Hold. KUNAR: A HINT OF THE FUTURE?
Brent Scowcroft: Quiet Adviser. Some wonder if he'll emerge as the dominant player in US foreign policy establishment. FOREIGN POLICY
More Assertive Bonn Strains Ties With US. Delay on missile modernization is latest friction point. ALLIES AT ODDS
Institute Urges Scientists to End Sloppy Research Methods
A Vivid and Expansive Look at The Elephant's Shrinking World. Threatened species pictured at work, at play, and in the wild. TELEVISION: PREVIEW
Norman Rockwell Gets His Due. NOT JUST AN ILLUSTRATOR
Who's in Charge?
Saving Signs of Past Times. Preservationists are taking a second look at the urban landscape and advertising signs. COMMERCIAL HERITAGE
Capitol Hill: Tale of 2 Houses
Socialists Take the Helm in Jamaica. Manley hopes to strengthen US ties by aiding war on drugs. NEW PREMIER ... NEW POLICIES?
Their Life is a (Basket) Ball. SPORTS: COACHING COUPLE
The Poem's Voice
Copley's `Watson and the Shark'. Reflecting an American Puritan Sensibility