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Monitor Archive for May 26, 1989
MAY DAY IN THE USSR
A Girl Made Me a Shifter
MAY DAY. Soviet workers mark holiday in Red Square, but there's not much to celebrate
Egypt Out of the Box
Healing Rifts From a Divisive Strike
BUSH WELCOMES SOVIET ARMS OFFER
SCHOOLS WITH SOCIAL AGENCY SERVICES
Economists Are Divided On Greenback's Rise. Currency's unexpected strength fuels concern about global inflation and US protectionism
Alfons'n Braves Dire Economy To Run Full Term
Wall Street: From Free Fall to Fail-Safe
Existential Questions From The Ladies' Crazy-Quilt Society
Baker's Stern Warning
A `Last Chance' School at Work. Personal attention, incentives, counseling help students learn who didn't learn before
Korean Economy Hits a Bump
Good Things To Look At
The News - a Spiritual Perspective
China Needs a `Great Yu'
Nakasone Rules Out Resignation
After Years of Decline Choral Singing Enjoys a Renaissance. Whether to reassert their humanity in an age of machines, or to rebel against `creatroph...
Army Statement May Presage Move Against Students
Congress Weighs Bill to Preserve Diversity of Species
Nitze Sympathetic To Bonn's Stance