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Monitor Archive for February 27, 1989

`IT WASN'T RIGHT THAT THEY JUST PUSHED ME OUT'
Self-Portrait: Microcosm, or, Song of Mixed-Blood
Ban Assault Rifles. YES
Moves to Make Assault Guns Illegal Matched by New Wave of Buying. In Washington and Los Angeles, even in small cities, the controversy over these ki...
Sterile Policy
Congress, Bush Will Fight It Out. Struggle over defense secretary nomination centers on character, stirs partisan feelings. TOWER NOMINATION
Bush's Acid Test
Control the Criminals. NO
Classrooms Enter the Workplace. With inadequate performance from the schools, more companies do training themselves. EDUCATION: AND BUSINESS
`The Family' Has Many Definitions. A proposed UN observance could cloak the real problems facing women and families
How Dance Sleuths Are Remaking a Lost Work
Army Flaunts its Independence. GUATEMALA: ARMS SALES
From Foster Home to Homelessness. STOPPING THE SLIDE
United Auto Workers, GM Work Together to Bridge Relationship Gap
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Myths That Shape Art
Nuclear Hair Trigger Persists. Although US-Soviet ties are stronger, other countries pose a threat
College City-School Aid Plan Slowed. BOSTON UNIVERSITY - CHELSEA
God-Centered Stability
US Labor Movement Adopts Global Strategy
Editor's Ouster Stirs Debate on Role of Press in Zimbabwe