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Monitor Archive for May 15, 1989
Academic Man and His Topsy-Turvy Ivory Tower
Japan Calm About Renewed Sino-Soviet Ties
NATO on Track for Conventional Arms Cuts
Jazz Composition Taught `Street' Style. In weekly sessions, seasoned pros encourage budding composers and musicians to break loose in learning to cr...
Student Leaders Debate US Future. Today's `radicals' wear blazers or dresses, but they share many opinions with '60s forebears. FROM ETHICS TO ECONO...
SOVIETS TO AUCTION CURRENCY
The Beijing Summit's Promise
What to Do When Stocks Drop
Missouri Honors Its Own Thomas Hart Benton. Kansas City's traveling exhibition pulls together its native son's best works, again raising the questio...
Bush Finds US Consensus on Handling of Panama Crisis
Pragmatism Shapes Bush Economics. Policy shift seen as a sharp divergence from the economic opportunism of the Reagan era
Properly Used, Random Drug Testing Works
How a Small Virginia City Saved Its Withering Symphony. Roanoke's proselytizing approach to the joys of classical music could provide helpful answer...
Gizmos, Gadgets and Child's Play
Pittsburgh Mayoral Race Draws Potpourri Of Five Democrats
Campus Slurs Blur Free Speech
Some Winning Proposals
Nuclear Threat at Sea
Yaacov Agam: Israeli Painter Who Makes `No Graven Images'