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Monitor Archive for May 4, 1989
STUDENT COUNCIL REVERSES VOTE ON HARVARD ROTC
More Than Wheat at Stake As Effects of US Dry Spell Spread
Career and Family Both Tug At Violin Virtuoso Chung. MUSIC INTERVIEW
OVER 98 PERCENT TURNOUT FOR CUBAN POLLS
Haiti's Calm Belies Turmoil Beneath. Out of money, his troops uneasy, Avril needs aid to keep `mouth of the wolf' from snapping shut. FOREIGN POLICY
Canada Tax Hike Irks Citizens. BUDGET CRISIS
Europe's Trade Agencies Gird for 1992
Gorbachev Has Duped American Jewry
Still Riding Low in the British Polls
Classified Stamps Beat a Heavy Tattoo in Washington
The Wordless Poetry of Color
NUCLEAR DUMPING: A USE FOR BOMBED ATOLLS?
Melting Pot or Tossed Salad? Increasing racial and ethnic diversity fuels debate over integration in British schools. EDUCATION: BRITAIN'S MULTICULT...
Marshall Isles: Home for US Waste. Atolls would get money, West Coast would get rid of garbage, but environmentalists are horrified
World Needs Moratorium on Death Penalty
ANTI-GANG LAW AIMS TO MAKE PARENTS LIABLE
Richard Gephardt Re-emerges As a Man of Ideas
Alice Walker Reimagines the World
HOME EQUITY LOANS BECOME MORE POPULAR
From My Window
The Basis for Happiness
US to Test Soviet `New Thinking'. TALKS ON AFRICA
The Press and Privacy
Baker and the PLO
In Search of the American Dream. A Filipinio painter pays humble tribute to countrymen who dared to leave all for lives in the States
Rooting Sexism out of Public Policy. Cultural traditions have planted discrimination deep in Latin America, says Mrs. Arias. INTERVIEW FIRST LADY OF...