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Monitor Archive for May 12, 1989

Sino-Soviet Ties: A 40-year Seesaw
FREEZE FRAMES
Sihanouk Plays a New Tune
Economist Sees Progress on Budget. DEFICIT REDUCTION
Where Are the Cuts?
Japan FSX Deal Frustrates US Lawmakers
Undergrads Take Research Plunge. EUREKA conference underscores trend that encourages graduate study and careers in research. EDUCATION
A Turn to Pop for String Quartets. Quartets - once a classical combo with a starchy image - now turn to jazz and other contemporary music
Simple Forms and Shimmering Light: the Impressionism of Childe Hassam. ART: REVIEW
Cultural Differences Over the Humble Potato
The Education of a Critical Mind. Vartan Gregorian's goal for Brown University students also describes his own career to date. INTERVIEW
Argentina Votes as Economy Falters. BRINK OF BANKRUPTCY
Use Pension Funds to Renew Cities, Jesse Jackson says
How Vietnam Repercussions Shaped James Fallows's Vision
A Call to Reinvent American Traditions
Expecting Honesty
RAIN DELAYS PLANTING OF SOME CROPS WHILE DROUGHT HURTS OTHERS
Sino-Soviet Summit: Thawing the Big Chill. Beijing to press for Soviet pullout from Southeast Asian base
Battling Gadgetry. Bill Irwin creates a wordless masterpiece. THEATER: REVIEW