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Monitor Archive for May 2, 1989
What My Daughter Doesn't Know Yet
Boston Winces at Pied Piper's `Tune'. ROAD BUILDING: AND RATS
Want to Inspire Staff? Give Them a Vacation!
Past as Prologue in Soviet Tinderbox. Present are the conditions - malaise, shortages, defeat - that heralded earlier upheavals
Selling Free Software. Maverick programmer opts for mega-use over megabucks with adaptable computer code. COMPUTERS
Links to Manila Remain Strong, Despite Murder. But insurgents may target more Americans. US FOREIGN POLICY
Packed Agenda for Science Adviser
New Jersey Candidates Vie to Fill Governor Kean's Shoes
SPLIT-LEVEL COMPUTER CODES
Lives Fixed in Flux. BOOKS
How Do We Maintain Good Health?
Managing to Turn a Team Around. BASKETBALL CAVALIERS' WAYNE EMBRY
Chronicler of Change
N.Y.C. School Board Election Focuses on Patronage Issue
Palestinians `Purge' Their Ranks. In the occupied territories, Arabs step up attacks against `collaborators' - and others
Investors Wary of New Stock Issues. INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS
Fantasy Baseball Yarn Founders On Sheer Niceness. FILM: REVIEW
Pritzker Prizewinner Is Joining the Giants. Frank O. Gehry's overdue recognition is coming `by waves'. ARCHITECTURE
The '60s: No Need for Nostalgia
Wanted: Honest Advice in the Marketplace
Peru's Leftist Rebels Gain Ground. By threatening civil servants and appealing to dispossessed, `Shining Path' spreads. MAOIST MOVEMENT
Hydrogen Fusion Hype