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Monitor Archive for May 1, 1989

Warning Flags Raised Over Lotteries. GAMBLING: AND THE STATES
Clearing Cabin Smoke
Latin Democracy in Progress--or in Peril? Debt-related economic hardships make civilians, and some militaries, restless. CHOOSING NEW LEADERS
Art's Small Voice For Peace. PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI SHOW
Don't Stop All Leveraged Buyouts: Just Some
Trashing `Trash TV'
Keep the Gates Open: Waive Jackson-Vanik
A Stalker of Wild Music. David Fanshawe says he's racing with television to save tribal songs from extinction. ADVENTURER/COMPOSER
BOLD APPROACH TO DEFICIT REDUCTION REQUIRED, SAYS CONGRESSMAN
Schools Fight Geographic Illiteracy With National Contest
Signal King Hussein Can't Ignore. JORDAN: RIOT AFTERMATH
SPACE STATION LEFT EMPTY AS SOVIETS CUT BACK
Our Response to Crime
The Power of a Small Painting
A Mecca for Movie Buffs Opens at Disney World. THEME PARK TAKES TOURISTS BEHIND THE SCENES
Bombarded by Billboards. Some cities are moving to ban outdoor ads, while the industry quietly works to expand. ADVERTISING: YOU CAN'T AVOID
Inspiration, Not Resignation
Hedgerows and Bramble Patches
Efficiency, the Risk-Free Energy Source
In the Eye of the Writer: Two Memoirs
US Plays Catch-Up on Cambodia. With Vietnamese troops leaving, US weighs options to promote a noncommunist regime. FOREIGN POLICY
Lucy and Lucille Showed Us Ourselves
To Drill or Not to Drill?
Leaner Staffs Are Predicted for Wall Street
A PERILOUS SIDETRIP
Dominicans Debate Grandiose Plan. LIGHTHOUSE TO COLUMBUS