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Monitor Archive for May 3, 1989
China's Students In Lonely Struggle
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Economic Tensions Fuel Flare-up. SENEGAL-MAURITANIA CLASHES
Museum on its Way Up. A dynamic Florida museum spotlights joyous art from Haiti, while Cinq Soleils, an artist's collective near Port-Au-Prince, wor...
Caught in Urban Crawl. Los Angeles examines and pursues options, including a subway, to declog highways. STILL LIFE IN LOS ANGELES
Rise in Philippines Abuses Cited. Taking refuge in New York City, fleeing Filipino lawyers say they are new targets for violence. HUMAN RIGHTS
Curling Up With Gran for a Story
GENERAL URGES CAUTIOUS VIEW OF MOSCOW MILITARY CUTS, PENTAGON PROBE
Milk and Honey in a China Cup
Sandinistas of a Different Stripe. Officials worry that younger Nicaraguans are losing their radical roots to bourgeois tendencies
Helping the Poor
Ruling on Sex Bias
Debate Intensifies Over How to Combat in Projects
Art in Haiti: the Social and Political Voice of the People
Desperately Seeking $ Susan
Kennan: Giant of Diplomacy
`Texas Bashing' Has State on the Defensive
Foreign Aid at the Crossroads
South Korea Challenges US Report on Trade Barriers
Is This All There Is?
The Maggie-Helmut Show
Haute Cuisine in a Hurry. Chef Pierre Franey has altered his style of cooking as tastes and life styles have changed. FOOD `THE 60-MINUTE GOURMET'
MAKING AMERICA COMPETITIVE