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Monitor Archive for February 23, 1989
VOTE NEAR ON TOWER
IRAN-CONTRA TRIAL GETS UNDER WAY
The World is Round
Honoring the Emperor - and Japan. Presence of world leaders at funeral is tribute to nation's expanding global role. ALL EYES ON TOKYO
Fast-Food, College Alliance Forged in New Hampshire Antidrug Effort
Adults Come Back to the Piano. MUSIC: ENCORE
Winnie Mandela's Fall
Improving Math, Science Teaching. REFORM BLUEPRINT
Angola-Namibia Accords: Act Two. Encouraging greater regional cooperation is a big challenge for Bush administration. US AND SOUTHWEST AFRICA
A Modern Japan Hews to Tradition
Soviets Claim Role in Mideast Peace. SHEVARDNADZE TOUR
How to Find the Right Teacher
FSX: It's a Good Deal For America and Japan
Don't Forget the Hostages in Beirut
Rushdie Affair Tremors Felt Far and Wide. IRAN: PARIAH AGAIN?
Digging a Fish Pond by Hand: 50,000 Shovelfuls of Dirt
Canada Steps Up Drug Scrutiny. In wake of Olympics embarrassment, judge hears testimony on steroid use. ATHLETIC ETHICS
`TRUE SPORTS CONFESSIONS'
Arab Extremists Exploit Afghan `Jihad'. PREACHING ISLAM
The Genius of Leonardo. A London exhibition lets the Renaissance artist be seen on his own terms.
Circular Living in a Linear World
Can India Woo Foreign Business? AFTER THE BHOPAL SETTLEMENT
TELEPHONE FRAUD NETS BILLIONS
HIGH COURT SAYS STATES CAN USE ANTI-RACKET LAWS AGAINST PORN
Our Recourse Is Life
Welsh Opera's `Falstaff'. The Welsh National Opera relies on excellence in acting and directing - though sometimes at the expense of the music. MUSI...
Is Civilian Control Old Hat?