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Monitor Archive for March 28, 1989
... Lo-Fat Thinking
Nuclear Power Still Rocked By Three Mile Island. NUCLEAR INDUSTRY
Economics Can Defeat Apartheid. Empowerment of blacks is the key - but that process is only just beginning
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Social Programs: Slow But Sure is Better
Saudi King's Visit Gives Egypt Political Boost
Investors Could Be Scared Off By a Disclosure Law
When Old Glory `Paints' the Floor, Not the Breeze
Weighing East Bloc, Baltic Hopes. REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK
The Dawning of Spring. By Treaty
The Food Scare ...
Late-Season Entries Dominate the Oscars - Again. PREVIEWING TOMORROW'S CEREMONIES
Most A-Plants Fail to Meet Safety Standards
Soviets Speak; Party Winces. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS
Helping Teens Be Literate in History. YOUTH FICTION
Eye-to-Eye With Nuclear Energy. SCIENCE COMMENTARY
Hurt, Turner, and Director Kasdan Chat About Anti-Cinema Appeal of `Accidental Tourist'
Spiritual Rebirth, Not Resignation
Restlessness Among Pakistan's Youth. Students' economic and political frustrations mirror deep-rooted national problems
GAO SAYS EPA TOO LAX IN MONITORING CFC SUBSTITUTES
Iranian Radicals Gaining Ground. AFTER RUSHDIE AFFAIR...
A Hands-On Computer Wonderland. TECHNOLOGY. The world's only computer museum delights visitors with its array of exhibits
Chicago Polls Give Daley a Double-Digit Lead
COMMERCE DEPARTMENT TO PROTECT SENSITIVE INFORMATION
In Praise of Nature. BOOKS
A Spring Poem
Let's Have Disclosure by Foreign Investors. REGISTERING FOREIGN OWNERS
Unearthing an Ancient Mideast City. HISTORIC FIND IN IRAQ