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Monitor Archive for April 5, 1989
Childhood in a Puerto Rican Barrio
Roh Tae Woo's Difficult Passage
World Bank Eyes Brady Plan Effect. THIRD WORLD DEBT. US effort to deepen World Bank and IMF involvement in third-world debt reduction garners suppor...
New York Seeks Floating Solution. JAIL OVERCROWDING. City says barges are a cheap answer to bulging jails, but critics say `not on my riverbank'
What's Behind the Rightist Surge. WEST GERMANY. Far-right gains from anti-foreign sentiment, economic anxieties
PRO AND CON DEBATE ON PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE. Let Families Decide
WORTH NOTING ON TV
For Most Cubans, Activism is Luxury. FIGHTING FOR RIGHTS. Economic concerns and muzzling of dissidents keep protest low-key despite lack of rights
A Requiem From World War I. FILM: REVIEW. `Trench poet' Wilfred Owen's ordeal recalled in a regretful, melancholy movie
Gorbachev in London for a Cordial Round 3
Space Scientists Pick Up the Pieces After Phobos Failure
On the Right-Wing Fringe
The Decensoring of Solzhenitsyn. IN PRINT BACK HOME. Extracts of his most controversial works are due to be published soon
Shamir's Proposals Exclude PLO. US-ISRAEL SUMMIT
Junior High Choice in Harlem. EDUCATION: THE OPEN-ENROLLMENT ISSUE. How giving students the chance to choose improved the quality of one New York sc...
Catalyst for Industrial Peace. INTERVIEW: EASTERN-MACHINIST MEDIATOR. With little more than a bag of tricks, Harry Bickford mends labor-management d...
Gubernatorial Trial Balloons Fill Skies Over Massachusetts
Computer Deal Creates Controversy. SCANDAL IN JAPAN
A Flight From World War II's Devastation. BOOKS REVIEW
Will Recession Follow Slowdown?
Why Keep `Star Wars'?
Segal's Sculptures Become Must-See
Israeli Arabs Struggle for Equal Rights, Not Liberation
Cruise Across the R'io de la Plata
How Small Companies Can Go Global
Pushing US Tobacco Abroad
Drugs for the Elite