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Monitor Archive for February 28, 1989
Ngema: Director of `Sarafina!' on Stage. MUSIC: INTERVIEW
Story From Bear Country
East or West, Teens are Teens. DIPLOMACY: SOVIET-US STUDENT EXCHANGE
How a Ladybug Saved Citrus Trees. Biological pest control celebrates 100 years of success. AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRANT TO THE RESCUE
Afghan Parties Form Government-in-Exile
STRESS ON PLANE MAY HAVE LED TO FUSELAGE HOLE
Movie Draws on `Sarafina!' Sources. Glimpses of South Africa come through on-site footage and `music of liberation'. FILM: REVIEW
Balanced Pest Management Focuses on Natural Predators
For Americans, the World Is Terra Incognita
A Physicist of Many Parts. INTERVIEW: MURRAY GELL-MANN
Baker's Style Sets Off Grumbling at Foggy Bottom. Critics say he is short on substance, slow on key appointments, too reliant on close aides
Get Congress Off the Defense Gravy Train
TOWER MAKES PLEDGE TO TRY TO SAVE NOMINATION
Indian Burial For a Cultural Icon
The Making of a Young Radical. At murdered youth's funeral, blacks in Tumahole township vow to continue fight. SOUTH AFRICA: ANTI-APARTHEID ACTIVISM
DUARTE OFFERS SALVADOR CEASE-FIRE
The Judicial Irony of the `Set-Asides' Case
A View From the Opera Stage. 35 years into her brilliant career, soprano Marilyn Horne looks at the future of American music and the artist's changi...
`Verses' Hinders Hostage Releases
BROADWAY ON RECORD
Cutting US Foreign Trade Deficit Will Not Be Done by a Quick Fix. US will have a tough time eliminating it, but other countries can help - Germany a...
Yearning for the Right to Travel. EAST GERMANY: HOLDING THE LID ON EMIGRATION