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Monitor Archive for March 29, 1989
Standing Up for US Interests in Asia
Investor Partnerships Are a Hit. Taking part in a venture has become more affordable for the average investor.
Fed Risks Creating a Recession
One-Party Rule Dominates in Africa. FOR THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE?. Many Africans say traditions and development needs make pluralism a costly luxury
Uncle Pete's Mustache
Troubled Waters in Alaska. ENVIRONMENT CLASH OF CULTURES. Native villagers fight to restrict recreational fishing on the vital Kanektok River
Travel Made More Personal. HOLIDAY TRIPS. Consultants offer tailor-made vacations, from London flats to llama treks
A Shakespearean `Sad Tale' Told With Fantasy and Wonder. THEATER REVIEW. New Yorkers reach another rung in staging all the Bard's plays
Is Life Fair?
A Second-Grader with Big Ideas. INVENTION: PUDDLE-DETECTING CANE
Vietnam's Refugees Becoming A Political Hot Potato
Economic Woes Beset Inner-City Hospitals
UEBERROTH MAY BUY EASTERN
GOP Mainstream Fights Right Wing. ARIZONA POLITICS. Party moderates begin plotting strategies against Mecham-Robertson coalition
A Hero's First Kiss
The Paradoxes of Glasnost. SOVIET JEWS. Jews are rediscovering their culture, but face new anti-Semitism from some quarters
Oil Spill Spreads; Pilot's Drinking Probed
Getting out of Nicaragua
Collage of Chaos in Lebanon.
Palestinian State Could Be Another Lebanon
BUSH WILL STAND FIRM ON MINIMUM WAGE
CHICAGO SUBURB BANS HANDGUNS
US Plans to Call Out National Guard. THE WAR ON DRUGS
Sorolla's Way With Sunlight. The rise of modernism blunted the career of this talented turn-of-the-century painter, but a lush international restrop...
Old Guard Pounded at Polls. SOVIET ELECTIONS. Losers include top party, military leaders
Worth Noting on TV
Gandhi Murder Inquiry Released. VEIL OF SECRECY LIFTED. Rajiv Gandhi publishes report in attempt to defuse pressure over reappointed aide