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Monitor Archive for March 20, 1989
OUTLETS FOR YOUNG WRITERS
New Roles, Old Stereotypes
Has `Post-Communist Era' Arrived? Brzezinski says US needs fresh ways to talk with, and think about, a changing Soviet state. INTERVIEW: FOREIGN POL...
Lar Lubovitch and His `Passion for Existence'. DANCE: INTERVIEW
A Multi-Ethnic Mix of Prodigies
Old Man's Mountain
The Savage Depth of Uncertainty
US AGENCIES SAY APPLES SAFE TO EAT
US Embassy Decor: Wall-to-Wall Spies
POSTAL STRIKERS COMPLAIN SOLIDARITY DOESN`T DELIVER
Sudan's Military Uses Its Might to Press for Peace
Swearing: Breaking the Addiction
Congress Weighs Parental Job Leave. At least one Republican is backing a bill to require granting parents unpaid leave, but it's not clear the votes...
Taiwan's Economic Resilience
Pay Raise For Judges
`Measure' Survives the Revisionist's Hand. THEATER: REVIEW
Those Old `Trailers' for Upcoming Movies Turn Sophisticated
As the Hawk Glides in
Young Chess Masters on the March. WORLD-CLASS WINNERS
Literature by and for Youngsters. Merlyn's Pen magazine spreads magic of kids' creative writing and art. PUBLISHING