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Monitor Archive for March 31, 1989
Tennis's No. 1 Aims at a Grand Slam. INTERVIEW: IVAN LENDL
My Bodyguard, My Answering Machine
Making a Career of Conversing in Reverse
The Metamorphosis of Sam Nunn. SENATE STATURE. Opposition to Tower made him more presidential to Democrats, more partisan to GOP
Terri Lyne Carrington:Young Drummer With an Ear for the New. MUSIC: INTERVIEW. Her new album offers fusion, avant-garde, Brazilian, pop/rock, and Af...
Sweet Smiles, Tough Talk When Gorbachev Visits Castro
Managers Avoid Corporate Bonds. PRICES HIT BY EVENTS
A New Take on China's `Shangri-La'. THE LURE OF TIBET. Film reveals the attraction this religious, mysterious, mountain region holds for Chinese
Gorbachev Hastens to Draw Upbeat Lessons From Election
Drawing the Line at Home Computers
Texas Considers Banning Students' Beepers
Disarming the Assassin
Oil Spill Fuels Drilling Dispute. ENVIRONMENTAL RIPPLES. Accident may boost conservationists' efforts to prevent oil exploration of sensitive areas
A Swingin' Granddam
US SAYS IT LOVES UN AGRICULTURE FUND BUT ...
The Russian `Ball of Liberty' Is on a Roll
A `Country' Artist Who Defies Labels. Singer/songwriter Lyle Lovett reaches for a brass-and-strings section as readily as a twanging guitar, offerin...
The National Parks' Needs
Paul Robeson's Turmoil and Triumphs
YOU CAN REALLY SAY IT IN PRINT
Radicals Hold Sway in Tehran. SEARCH FOR KHOMEINI SUCCESSOR
Vermont Bank Fund With a Social Conscience
Public Treasure on Private Land. RHODE ISLAND CLIFF WALK. A diverse coalition works to save a seaside path threatened by commercial development
Why Unions Are Weak in the US, Strong Elsewhere
Namibia: A New Era Dawns. AFRICA'S LAST COLONY
Iraqis Vote as Political Climate Eases. ANALYSIS. War's end brings freer politics, but no new parties are competing in tomorrow's election