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Monitor Archive for April 11, 1989

Washington and Hanoi
Tons of Toxic Chemicals Above
TANKER INDUSTRY MULLS CHANGES AFTER OIL SPILL
Landscape as a Living Presence. An Inland Sea
Sweet Life Amid Honey and Hives
The Legacy of Katyn Forest. Polish regime shows new assertiveness with Soviets by admission on Katyn massacre
SWAPO TO LEAVE NAMIBIA UNDER UN ESCORT
Rebirth of Maoism in China. Modern-day strains spark yearning for Mao-style puritanism
Treasures From the Fitzwilliam Begin US Tour. British museum's director chats about works of special interest to Americans
WATER LAW MAY SWAMP WETLAND
CORRECTION
Artists Get a Break From Businesses
Nomads in a Dwindling Rain Forest. PENAN OF SARAWAK
Sellars Mini-Opera Staging Passes a Test. MUSIC: REVIEW
Tart Corporate Boss Talks of Ethics
Wildlife Oasis Needs Protection. Urban development and pollution threaten New Jersey's Great Swamp Refuge. ENVIRONMENT: ENDANGERED REFUGE
`As the gentle rain from heaven'
Landscape as a Living Presence. Ink and Pale Color on Paper
Multinationals and Hazardous Wastes
Yoko Ono's '60s Art Revisited. ART: REVIEW
Landscape as a Living Presence. House Made of Wind