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Monitor Archive for March 15, 1989
Fish Business Does Just Swimmingly. GLOBAL SEAFOOD MARKET
From India, a Fresh Pop Sound. Ashwin Batish uses a sitar and traditional ragas to make cosmopolitan dance tunes. MUSIC: INTERVIEW
Decline in Savings Could Harm Growth of US Economy
Reduce the Capital-Gains Tax Rate
Farm is Latest Battle Zone. Central Committee meeting pits Ligachev and fellow conservatives against reformers. KREMLIN CLASH
In Southeast Asia, Regal Splendor Fades ... Slowly
Treasures from the Netherlands. ART: REVIEW
Tough Battle Takes Toll on Afghans. JALALABAD: KEY TO BROADER VICTORY?
Israelis Edge Closer to PLO Talks. SHAMIR SAYS NO, BUT ...
A One-Woman, Pro-Family Lobby. `All we really want,' says this Congresswoman, `is for people to have choices'. INTERVIEW: PAT SCHROEDER
Denver Dam Project Sparks Heated Debate. Conservationists say environmental damage too great in Two Forks dam proposal
Kitchen Notes Warm the Heart
Banking on a Better Life. A bank in Bangladesh helps some of the world's poorest women become `fighters against poverty'
`True Believer': 1960s Idealism in an '80s Time Frame
Art From the Ashes: Stark Images of Post-War Germany
A National Family Policy
Extremists Gain in W. Germany. POLARIZED VOTE
PLO to Push for US Recognition, Mideast Conference
Taking the Side of Forgiveness