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Monitor Archive for May 16, 1989
Israeli Playwright Crafts Stirring Drama of Jewish Life in Nazi-Occupied Lithuania. THEATER: REVIEW
For Reformers, Costs of Capitalism Are Steep. YUGOSLAVIA: REVITALIZING THE ECONOMY
Making a Case for Science in the Modern World
OTHER CELEBRATIONS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Angola Pushes Plan To End Its Civil War
Seeking Peace for Cambodia. SURVIVOR OF `THE KILLING FIELDS'
Rent-a-Family - The Latest Service Industry
PLO Stance on Elections
A Raft Epic in Every Childhood
Short-Range Arms Battle Has Long-term Impact for NATO
APARTHEID BANNED IN NAMIBIA
PER'ONIST WINS IN ARGENTINA
Stop Playing Global-Warming Word Games
Alaska Spill Triggers Cleanup Rethinking
Great Insurance Debate
A Capitalist, By Any Other Name ...
Celebrating 150 Years of Photography. A traveling exhibition of 400 groundbreaking photographs explores the vivid imprint of a medium that requires...
Why Accidents Become Disasters
To Our Readers
Fuzzy Future for American Grizzlies. Economic interests and environmentalists are at loggerheads over protection of disappearing habitat. WILDLIFE C...
Bush Sets Forth His Strategic Vision. President faces `Reagan withdrawal,' Gorbachev charm, and perception he lacks a big plan. FOREIGN POLICY
Bush's Options for Action on Flight 103
Let's Set the Record Straight!
Twain's River Holds Depths For Exploring
`Miss Firecracker' Fizzles - Despite Its Potential. Beth Henley's script is promising but seems to encourage overacting. FILM: REVIEW
Italy Communists Go Mainstream. COMMUNIST ONLY IN NAME?
The Fairness Doctrine
A Tale of Two Ex-Presidents