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Monitor Archive for March 1, 1989
Why Korea's Students Take to the Streets
GROUP SAYS CHILDREN AT RISK FROM PESTICIDES
FOR FARMERS, BEES ARE AS SWEET AS HONEY
Troubled Northern Ireland Is Wooing Foreign Investors
ISRAELI WARPLANES BOMB LEBANESE GUERRILLA POSTS
Social Security Trust Fund Hides Size of US Deficit. TEMPTING SURPLUS
Reliving History on TV. `Timeline' series stresses both authenticity and the `feel' of a modern news-feature program
HOUSE ETHICS PANEL EXAMINES REPORT ON SPEAKER WRIGHT'S CONDUCT
IRAN'S PARLIAMENT GIVES BRITAIN AN ULTIMATUM
SUPREME COURT TO LOOK AT PORN LIMITS; RULES ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, REVERSE DISCRIMINATION
Growing Food and Pride. Vegetable farms help produce a sense of dignity for women in Mozambique's agricultural cooperatives
Food Furor Puts Britain's Thatcher on the Defensive
Families on the Path to Literacy. BREAKING THE CYCLE OF IGNORANCE
From `Love Medicine'
Algerians Quick to Take Advantage of New Rights
FDIC Shops for Employees
It's Time to Clean Up Space Trash
Excerpt From `Blue Highways'
US Central Bank Gave Investors Early Comfort
Hot Topics for Annual Meetings. Merger-and-acquisition issues are likely to dominate many '89 corporate gatherings
FDIC Faces Mountain of Surplus Real Estate. Emerald Forest saga hints at rough time for regulators hoping to solve S&L crisis. BANK AND THRIFT BAILO...