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Monitor Archive for May 23, 1989
Stop End Runs Around Research Safeguards
Egypt's Decade of Isolation Ends
The New Ethical Heat
US Envoy to Sudan Will Push for Peace, Food. One grain train gets through, but famine lurks and peace talks appear hostage to self-interest
COELHO'S DAIRY INVESTMENT DRAWS ATTENTION
Industrial-Strength Drying for Wet Buildings. An innovative salvage firm pioneers techniques for turning water-damaged buildings into huge drying ch...
Reinventing New York
Students Side With Unions After Case Study
Your Government's Pollution
MONETARY UNION PROMISES TO BE LONG AND ROCKY ROAD FOR EUROPE
A Withering Monolith
Lloyd Webber's New Hit
KOREAN STUDENTS RALLY TO DEMAND US WITHDRAWAL
Brazil: Which Way to Prosperity? Two energetic Brazilians represent the choice their countrymen face in coming elections.
Dreams Found in Small-Town Iowa
The Choice: Duty to People or Party
Interview With A Reluctant Dissident
Surprises From A Master. Some early Klimt work is so precise and exquisite it could be Pre-Raphaelite
East Is East - and Midwest Is Nowhere
How to Dry a Frozen Bookcicle - Fast
Soviet History Awakens
US Applauds Argentina's Transition. Democracy seems rooted; but aid for troubled economy awaits president-elect's revival plan
The Pothole That Ate New Jersey
ISRAELI TROOPS ROUND UP 250 IN GAZA STRIP
The Forgotten War Between Neighbors
Artists' Adventures in Wonderland
NATO Tries to Smooth Over Short-Range Missile Dispute. Strategists stress the need for an Atlantic Alliance consensus on how to deal with changing S...
Automakers Are Being Pushed Toward Fuel Economy
Eight Decades of Unrest
Slowdown: Risk For State Budgets
ALASKA SPILL PROBE CONCLUDES