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Monitor Archive for June 19, 1989
No Gas Lines, Analysts Say
BUSH THREATENS TO VETO S&L BAILOUT
Secret Hiding Places In English Manors
He Calls Ethics Crucial to Survival
HOUSE DEMOCRATS CONTINUE FIGHT ON MINIMUM WAGE
Soviet Unrest Linked to Party Corruption, Hunger
The SAT Critic Who Helps Students Crack Aptitude Tests
Manley Winning US Kudos
SAT: Right for Inner-City Youth?
What Next for Jackson?
The Capitol of Europe
Japan's Ruling Party Sinks Further in Public Estimate
`Star Trek V': fun but unmemorable
South Africa's Real Emergency
Bush's Gift to General Noriega
US Makes Few Gains at World Whale Meeting
Court Narrows 1866 Civil Rights Law
US Stance Unchanged As Arms Talks Open
Finally - Soviets Admit Socialist Life is Harder
A Capitalist Verdict On Its Troubles
Europe's Cocaine Boom Confounds Antidrug War
INDIA REJECTS SRI LANKA TROOP PULLOUT CALL
A SAMPLE QUESTION
Shaw's Anti-Heroic, Anti-War Relic Is Anti-Climactic Today
Independence for Namibia?
Introductory Course to Postgraduate Life
Homeless Stuck in Middle Of Bottle-Recycling Battle
Will Stock Price Rally End With a Correction?
Beijing Turns a Deaf Ear Toward Foreign Censure
Multinational Drug Force Proposed
A Failure of Communism
THIRD-WORLD NATIONS MEET ON ENDING POVERTY
Experts Concerned Over US Ethics
`In God We Trust' -- Sometimes or Always?
A Recipe for Decisions