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Monitor Archive for April 25, 1989
CHENEY CALLS FOR CUTS IN STAR WARS
Choosing The Best Mahler. Since Bernstein put him in the concert halls, eight full - and varied - cycles of his symphonies have been recorded. RECOR...
SIX-PLAY SEASON FOR THE LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE
American Visions of City Escapes
Affirmative Action and the Constitution
JORDAN LOOKS TO US TO HELP IT WEATHER ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
Trial Clarifies Reagan, Bush Role. Documents in North case imply both were involved in seeking third-country aid to rebels. IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR
States Get Drug-War Grants
The Family Newspaper Business
A Film Director Speaks Up For Creative Control. VOICES FROM `HOLLYWOOD'S GREATEST YEAR' PART II
Ace Reporter in Search of the Big Scoop
Reformers Are Asking: Where Do We Go From Here?
Perils of a Popular Park. Tourists, cruise ships, and land developments pressure small Caribbean preserve. VIRGIN ISLANDS PARADISE
Australia's Political Balancing Act. Hawke keeps country in suspense, waiting for economy to improve before calling elections
Iraq Hedges Bets in Rebuilding Gulf Ports. AFTERMATH OF WAR: ENSURING ACCESS TO THE GULF
Fragile Coral Gardens Threatened
Bush's Bailout Proposal: a Sweetheart Deal
Better Parole Programs Seen as Answer to Crowded Jails
Fire in the Turret
A Media Darling, A Public Unknown. INTERVIEW: BRUCE BABBITT
Hussein Visit Leaves US Optimistic. Jordan's endorsement of elections in occupied territories may pave way for peace process. FOREIGN POLICY
Mitsubishi Enters Exclusive Domain of US Banks