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Monitor Archive for March 3, 1989

Afghan Regime Hit by Desertions. Civilians and militiamen accept guerrillas' amnesty offer and flee from government side. CROSSING OVER TO THE MUJAH...
Eating? There's No Place Like Home. HOME-DELIVERED MEALS
College-Town Setting for Baryshnikov Theater Bow. `Metamorphosis' - adaptation of Kafka story - tries out in North Carolina
The Bus
Salman Rushdie's Insensitivity. The writer abused his freedom by ridiculing Muslim beliefs in a way sure to offend
You Scratch My Back and ... EUROPE AND CENTRAL AMERICA
Lessons From a `Hunger Lunch'. FIRST PERSON: WORLD FOOD
Sweet Insincerity. LIGHTLY
Tricks for Test Time
TOWER CONTINUES FIGHT; SENATE ACTS ON OTHER CABINET POSTS
FREEZE FRAMES
NORTH-SOUTH KOREA TALKS STALL
The Lure of Evil Deeds. BOOKS: TWO VIEWS OF `SEDUCTIONS OF CRIME'
This Must Be America
Digging Into the Roots of Crime. UCLA sociologist draws on five-year study to find emotional forces that motivate felons. INTERVIEW; JACK KATZ
Go Global on Ozone
The FBI's Standard of Fairness
Pocketbook Issues Propel Far Right. WEST GERMANY: WILL THE CENTER HOLD?
Companies Recognized for `Corporate Conscience'
RIGHTS GROUP RAPS PHILIPPINES
Forgiving the Unforgivable
Congress Probes Federal Indian Programs
Debt Swapping Takes Hold in Africa
One Man's Journey to the Far Right
Parrish: an Illustrator More Respect. ART: REVIEW
GOP Targets '90 House Races. Tough campaign predicted for Jim Wright. POLITICS: CONGRESS
Sharing Their Stories. Through writing essays and taking photographs, these students learn to see through other people's eyes
Congress Is in Abilene
The Lure of Evil Deeds. BOOKS: TWO VIEWS OF `SEDUCTIONS OF CRIME'