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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1989
PLO REJECTS IRAN'S TERRORIST ADVICE
Pied Piper From Bald Mountain. Activist Lou Gold campaigns to preserve ancient forest in US Northwest
Leaders Need a Moral Compass
Power and Politics in US Intelligence Operations
Let's Make `Student-Athlete' Mean Something
Wanted: More Women Investors. MARKETWATCH
Vietnam Cinema Recalls the War. Touring film series gives American audiences a rare view of movies made in Vietnam for Vietnamese audiences - films...
Ethiopian Regime Looks West for Helping Hand. Mengistu looks to US as Soviet largess wanes, but human rights abuses make aid seem unlikely. FOREIGN...
Canada's Liberals Search for New Leader
California Court Ruling Tightens Reins on State's Insurers
CHAIRMAN BROWN: MANY DEMOCRATS ARE SAYING, `RUN, JESSE, RUN' FOR D.C. MAYOR
When Charity Calls, Check the Pitch Price
Time to Strengthen Consumer Protection
Hungary Tears Down a Fence
Running With a Cheaper Sneaker. Will a half-price athletic shoe get respect in a market where status equals cost? FOOTNOTES ON FASHION
Looking for Comfort, Rubber, and Soul. COMMENTARY
Waylaid by Violets
Small Towns Battle Rural Downturn. Innovation and community spirit are helping Greenfield, Iowa, weather economic problems. RURAL AMERICA
Flowers That `Paint Themselves'
TOUR HOPES TO RAISE SUPPORT FOR OLD TREES
TROUBLES IN FRENCH PACIFIC
Palestinians Open New Front in Fight for UN Membership
For Don and Jessie Gray, Art Is a Family Affair
Afraid to Be Tested?
Toronto's Real Estate Held by `Oligopoly,' Study Says
North Trial Part of a Growing Trend. People around world are looking closely at their government officials for signs of corruption. GOVERNMENT ETHICS
Ghana: Harvesting the Fruits of Austerity. AFRICA'S ECONOMIC CHALLENGE