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Monitor Archive for February 17, 1989
Bush Move to Delay Offshore Sales Brings Hope To Conservationists. California, Florida oil-drilling rights withheld for one year
Peter Jennings Goes to Asia to Shape His Next `First Draft of History'
SULLIVAN PROCESS STILL ON TRACK - BUT A SLOW ONE
KEMP PUSHES FOR `DRAMATIC INCENTIVES' ON HOUSING
ANGOLA ACCORD BRINGS AID FOR RAIL PROJECT
Massachusetts' Battle of the Budget. A battered Dukakis seeks $735 million in new taxes as his approval rating plummets. WHAT MIRACLE?
Physics Free-for-All Via Computer. Computer-linked course with 5 professors at 7 universities in US and Europe pushes students to think through thei...
Bill Would Quash City Smoking Bans. VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE
Asia Seen as the Engine for World Trade Growth. INTERVIEW
Central Americans Take the Reins. SALVAGING REGIONAL HOPES FOR PEACE
Heaven's Law, Earth's Law
`Hispanic' Art Goes Mainstream. Recent work from a new breed of artist defies the ethnic label
`Little People' Make a Difference. SMOKESTACK INDUSTRIES
Government Commissions Find Defenders Amid Pay-Raise Fallout
Jihad Against a Book
Students Lend a Hand. Community-outreach efforts gain popularity on college campuses
Ohio Contract Could Revolutionize Farm-Labor Relations
Peace Slow to Follow Angola Accord. REBEL CHALLENGE
Caring Shouldn't Put Clergy at Risk
Aunt Ada Does Sarah Bernhardt
Plots and Blots
Soviet Diplomat Studies at Harvard. EDUCATION: GETTING TO `DA'
Pursuing Peace, BOOKS