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Monitor Archive for May 18, 1989

CZECHOSLOVAKS FREE HAVEL
Pacific Islands Battle High Suicide Rates Among Youth
Visual Artists Find It Tough to Make Ends Meet
Parental Responsibility, Not Liability
Baltimore Tightens Its Budget Belt. URBAN FINANCIAL WOES
Close Shaves With Offbeat Burma. To discover the wonder and fun, tourists must cope with inconveniences and quirky limitations. TRAVEL: SOUTHEAST AS...
The Limits of UN Peacekeeping Forces
Anti-Slavery Society Still Has Worldwide Job to Do
An Airy Concourse of Glass and Steel
Critics Hit Proposed Welfare Rules. SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
HAMADEI GUILTY OF COMPLICITY IN HOSTAGE DEATH
Camus's Minimalist Antihero in Fresh Translation
Still Life
For Barcelona Planner, 1992 Is Now. SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES SITE
Georgia Governor's Race Reveals Old South's Shifting Tide. ANALYSIS
Taiwan's Three Paths to the Future
US Debates Policy On Europe in 1992. US business concerned free trade will get short shrift. RELATIONS WITH THE EC
BURMA FACTS
Sophie Masloff Wins In Pittsburgh Primary
Discover the Divine Ego
ETHIOPIA QUELLS COUP ATTEMPT
High-Definition Mercantilism
Laboratory Crops Pose Risk to Africa's Agriculture Exports. BIOTECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION
`At the Sound of the Tone...'
Maestro Rostropovich Says Returning to Mother Russia Would Hinge on Some Big Ifs. MUSIC: INTERVIEW
Thatcherism: Here to Stay
One Man's View of Shostakovich. British filmmaker Tony Palmer takes an admiring but distinctly unromanticized view of the Russian composer
Ben Kingsley Stars in Surreal Drama That Helps Unlock the Enigma of Shostakovich