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Monitor Archive for April 13, 1989

China's `Dear Abby'. Qiu Ming offers readers the kind of advice and comfort she wishes she could have heard. COMMUNIST COLUMNIST
Soviet Officials Move to Quell Georgian Trouble
How Bennett Plans to Target Drug Problem
Dogged Nationalism
Reassessing the Reagan Doctrine
Vistas as Vast as the West
Facing Poland's Censors
The Message From Tbilisi
Murder Rate Has Mayor Reeling. Scandals and Barry's ties to alleged drug dealers help threaten autonomy of district. WASHINGTON HOMICIDES
High Price for Turkish Child Labor
COMMITTEE SAYS WRIGHT MAY HAVE VIOLATED HOUSE ETHICS RULES
TWO UNIVERSITIES CONFIRM FUSION EXPERIMENT
Sky Rider
The Paradoxes of Freer Expression. Vanishing taboos create new problems for independent-minded journalists and artists. POLAND: UNSHACKLING THE MEDIA
Turning to God
EASTERN DEAL WITH UEBERROTH IS UNCLEAR
While Immigration Reform Waits, Lottery Fills the Void
Woody Guthrie
Japanese Sci-Fi: Bizarre, Illusive
Each Hodgkin Painting Holds Layers of Pondering. English artist talks about how he captures fleeting feelings
S. Korea `Retreating From Reform'. OPPOSITION LEADER SPEAKS OUT

Namibia: Realism Key for Economy. Guerrilla incursion increases doubts about SWAPO's political and economic savvy. SURVIVING WITHOUT SOUTH AFRICA
`TRUST AND COMFORT' COUNSELING GROWS IN CHINA
Costa Rica Woos Foreign Investors