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Monitor Archive for April 3, 1989
Hope for Good
`Hot Potato' for Congress: Patents for Engineered Animals
Tarnish on the America's Cup
Rating Bush Economic Policy: Hot Air!
Olmsted's Parks for the People
Pavon Was a Riot Waiting to Happen
War's Impact Seen By Vietnamese Eyes. FILM REVIEW. Trinh T. Minh's poetic, many-faceted documentary contrasts myth with fact
Going to Bat for Baseball's Old-Timers
Mass in a Moscow Hotel
ISRAEL BIDS TO SLASH INFLATION
Exhibits That Show and Tell. INNOVATIVE APPROACH. Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History emphasizes links between the objects on view
Sudan Rebels Court US Congressmen
BERLIOZ AND BEETHOVEN DISCS BY NORRINGTON
FACTORY ORDERS DOWN 2.3 PERCENT IN FEBRUARY
To Our Readers:
Seeds of Choice in Soviet Election.
A High School for Show-Biz Kids
US GOVERNMENT SPENDS MOST PER RESIDENT IN VIRGINIA
Iran Is Not Just Khomeini
Tunisia: Goodbye to State Socialism. Reforms promise to make it one of the most liberal economies in the Arab world
Well-Tempered Mix of the Mystical And Whimsical. THEATER REVIEW.
Gorbachev in Cuba: Bearing Fewer Gifts?
Mobile Missile Debate Heating Up. US STRATEGIC DETERRENT. Midgetman backers battle MX boosters toward compromise version of nuclear shell game
High Prices Pound Housing. MARKETWATCH
Leading Nature Up the Garden Path
Coming to Terms in Poland. SOLIDARITY: PEACEFUL REVOLUTION. Round-table talks near historic agreement
Baseball Needs to Catch Its Breath. INTERVIEW: BASEBALL COMMISSIONER
Soviet Believers. Political change brightens their outlook
MONITOR WINS SIGMA DELTA CHI AWARD FOR SERIES ON CHEMICAL WARFARE