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Monitor Archive for May 10, 1989
Carried Far From My Homeland
Parents and Crime
Say No to the `English Only' Movement
Alternative Fuels Get a New Look. METHANOL'S APPEAL
Bangladesh Struggles to Resurface From Storm. SEEKING RELIEF
Japan's Opposition Woos the Voters. Corruption scandal has handed the opposition its best political opportunity in decades. BREAKING OLD HABITS
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Is Your Private Life in the Public Eye?
A Ministry of Quiet Prayer
Close-up on Kubelka's Films
Bouquet for Mothers and Daughters. BOOKS
Kubelka Makes `Music for the Eye'
Miles of Red Flags and a Black Tulle Evening Gown
From the Lab to the Line
Afghanistan: Locked Horns
Desperately Seeking Fusion in Laboratories
US Plugs Away on Rights Issues
Critics Fault INS Amnesty Program. IMMIGRATION REFORM
Baker Will Check Out Bugs
Pressure Cookers Are Steaming Back. The `miracle' kitchen gadget of the '50s, improved, may wow a few '90s cooks. FOOD: NO MORE `POT ROAST KABOOM'
RISOTTO WITH SUN-DRIED TOMATOES AND SMOKED MOZZARELLA
An Uncommon Friendship Tied With a Twist
Two Ways to Plant Houses on Farmland
Quilt Festival Speaks an International Language