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Monitor Archive for April 12, 1989
Environmentalists Debate Tactics. Hard-line activists reject the compromises negotiated by traditional organizations. FLORIDA
A `C' For Bush's Education Package
Fine Acting Makes `The Dressmaker' Special. FILM: REVIEW
Learning to Confide All to God
Time to Revolutionize Cold War Thinking
The Birch-Swinger at Bread Loaf
Giuliani Gains Ground in New York. The former US attorney, a Republican, wins the support of New York's Liberal Party. MAYORAL RACE
A Modest Observer of the Mundane. Where do people sit in a park? Where do they talk on a busy street? Ask William Whyte. CITY LIFE
Hungarian Premier: Reform Is Risky, Painful ... and Vital. INTERVIEW
Making a Quiet Wave in Little League
Morocco Winning Hearts and Minds. Rabat's liberal spending in disputed territory woos residents away from Polisario. WESTERN SAHARA: FROM WAR TO REF...
Chatting with a Comedian's Comedian. JONATHAN WINTERS ON TV
Has Today's Art Lost Its Value? ART: COMMENTARY
Choppy Seas Help Contain Alaska Oil Spill
Helping Minorities Help Themselves
SCANDAL AT TAKESHITA'S DOORSTEP
Hong Kong Fights for Its Future
Ralph Nader Gets Back to His Roots. Consumer advocate turns to cultivating civic involvement in his Connecticut hometown. PUBLIC CRUSADER
Polish Militants Strike Cautious Note. Solidarity supporters fear worker skepticism may limit growth of relegalized trade union. VIEW FROM THE STEEL...