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Monitor Archive for March 16, 1989

How a Pawn Became a King. John Healy has gone from homeless alcoholic, to chess champion, to prize-winning writer. INTERVIEW: BRITISH AUTHOR
Peru's Model Self-Help Town. Villa El Salvador has won international praise for its effective grass-roots management. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Colorado Hazardous-Waste Cleanup Stirs Up Controversy
`Fear not'
ISRAELIS RETURN LAST OF CAPTURED LAND TO EGYPT
Koch: Down but Not Out in New York Mayoral Primary
French Images of Womanhood. UNORTHODOX EXHIBITION
After the Cultural Revolution: A New Look in Chinese Cinema. FILM: INTERVIEW
The View Eastward Is One of Decline
Whistle-Blower Boon
Looking for Access to United Europe
An Architect-Painter Builds a Temple and Poses a Paradox
Nations Watch for Poison Fruit
Dealing with Third-World Debt. Barber Conable considers possible solutions, while urging continued attention to poverty. WORLD BANK CHIEF SPEAKS
Biogas Heats Woks, Lights Homes of 30 Million Chinese. GAS FROM WASTE
Boston Harbor Cleanup Gets Rolling. ENVIRONMENT
ISLAMIC STATES DEBATE ACTION OVER RUSHDIE
South Africa: 25 Lives in the Balance. Controversial trial could further erode black trust in judicial system. WAS IT PREMEDITATED MURDER?
In Transit In Italy
YUPPIES TAKE OVER YELLOW PAGES
Peru's Harvest of Instability and Terrorism. The drug trade: why it flourishes
Peru's Harvest of Instability and Terrorism. Democracy: how the US can help save it
Finland's Political Thaw. LURE OF THE WEST
An Israeli Jew Walks in Palestinian Shoes. BOOKS