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Monitor Archive for March 22, 1989
Bathgate: Technique Surpasses Tale
Anti-Communists Band Together in Philippines
A Slave's Gripping Odyssey
Artists Hire Publicists, With Mixed Results
The Degas-Manet Friendship: Crusty Comrades and Suave Gentlemen
Luxury Imports Rev Up in Japan. European luxury cars gain a growing following among the upwardly mobile
An Honor Student Done In by Drugs. It may be easier to send a youngster out of the ghetto than to get the ghetto out of him. FATAL ATTRACTION: FOR I...
Scrapped Pulp Mill Creates Ripples in Australia
US WARNINGS TO AIRLINES MAY BE INACCURATE, SAYS REPORT
Glasnost and the Katyn Forest. Revealing the past has created friction between Poland and the USSR
Brush up on Your Pastry in Paris. FOOD: GOURMET CLASS
Learning to Love Those ... uh, Documentaries
Aquino Joins Bid to Protect Forests. Export ban to slow loggers, who clear 2.4 acres per minute. PHILIPPINES
Common Pattern to Urban Drug Problems
US Tries to Break Mideast Logjam. Tunis meeting comes against backdrop of new `listening' by Palestinian, Israeli groups. FOREIGN RELATIONS: US-PLO...
Upstream Battle Over Polluted River. Job layoffs at issue in cleanup of Pigeon River along North Carolina-Tennessee border. ENVIRONMENT
TRUMP LOWERS OFFER FOR EASTERN SHUTTLE
Time for Action on Homelessness
Painter Lisa Milroy Talks About Her Favorite Things
Are We Awake?
Testing Japan Foothold in Europe