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Monitor Archive for April 17, 1989
SENIOR ASTRONAUT NOMINATED TO HEAD NASA
`Congress for Sale'
Military Gets Foot in Political Door. Armed forces regain key role just as nation to vote for first civilian changeover in decades. DEJA VU IN ARGEN...
BUSH TIES SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TO BETTER VALUE, NOT MORE MONEY
CHENEY MAY CUT DEFENSE COSTS BY DELAYING NEW WEAPONS
Steamtown's Two Stories: Hardware and Humans
She Ran Around the Rules. SPORTS: FIRST WOMAN IN BOSTON MARATHON
In Pursuit of the Perfect Running Shoe
Iraq Sees Prospects Brighten for Financing Reconstruction
From Passing the Hat To the Big Time. Ex-rappers now range from ballads to `hiphop'. THE FORCE M.D.s
To Join, or Not To Join
Hussein Visit Will Center on Mideast Peace, More US Aid
Behind the Crackdown in Georgia. CONSPIRACY AGAINST REFORM?
Political Standards Under Scrutiny. Probe of House Speaker, Bush proposals for still tighter rules have Congress squirming. ETHICS IN WASHINGTON
Talmudic and Confucian Chaos. THEATER: REVIEW
Rail Park Gathers Steam. National Park Service captures bygone era with rebuilt Pennsylvania railyard. TRACKING A TRAIN MUSEUM
`Precision' Music From Munich. Maestro Celibidache and his Munich Philharmonic believe practice makes perfect. CONDUCTOR'S AMERICAN DEBUT
European Neighbors Knock Louder On EC Doors. Non-EC members worry single market will isolate them
Joan Eardley: Intrepid Painter Among the Elements of Nature
Louisiana Hard Hit by Oil Woes
The Speaker's Ethics
Not Counting Time
How to Break Government Gridlock