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Monitor Archive for April 27, 1989
Ireland Pushes for a Lead in Electronics
MASSACHUSETTS EDUCATION PANEL ENDORSES BU-CHELSEA PACT
Where Morning Bursts Through Open Windows
Dohn'anyi's Versatile Path For Cleveland Orchestra. MUSIC
Verbal Decontamination. BOOKS
Allies Scramble to Close NATO Rift. Thatcher works to rally European leaders around need for nuclear modernization. DIPLOMACY AMONG FRIENDS
SOVIET TANKS LEAVE HUNGARY IN FIRST PULLOUT
Ireland's `Statesman of the Troubles'. John Hume redefines Northern conflict and sets forth possible solutions. INTERVIEW: IRISH POLITICAL LEADER
Comedy About Aristocratic Irish Family's Hard Times Gets Admirable Staging
The Lost Life of Poland. Collection of historic photos elicits emotional outpouring at Tel Aviv show. PHOTOGRAPHY
Japanese Technological Superiority - a Myth?
Soviet Disaster Team: Ready. In the wake of the Chernobyl accident three years ago, the USSR established a special emergency rescue team. Rushworth...
The US on a Changing World Chessboard
How Members of Congress are Judged
The Paradox of Cyprus: Right Against Right
Climbing to a Temple in the Clouds
Slim Resources Hinder Locust War. In North and West Africa, high price tag crimps plans for surveys and strike forces. FIGHTING TO SAVE FOOD CROPS
Japan's Spreading Stain
Nukes in Europe
Economy on a Roll, But Danger Signs Ahead. PHILIPPINE SUCCESS STORY