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Monitor Archive for July 7, 1989

Caviar Price Soars in Wake of Soviet Restraint
Old Glory is Alive and Well
Revue Reprises Sid Caesar's Wit
Doc Always Closed the Argument
State Intervenes as Nantucket Sewers Near Limit
East-Bloc Reformers Pin Hopes on US
Reviewers' Round Table
NORTH FINED $150,000 FOR FOR ROLE IN IRAN-CONTRA
Rebels Keep Papua New Guinea Mine Closed
US's Man in Budapest: Visible and Vocal
The Roots of Black Dance Preserved
JUDGE FINES MINERS UNION IN COAL STRIKE
EPA APPROVES FIELD TEST OF GENETICALLY ALTERED VIRUS
Switch to Industrial Parks Works
Poland needs US investment to foster democracy
Congress Seeks to Help Poor and Elderly
FREEZE FRAMES
US, BRITAIN SIGN CUSTOMS PACT ON DRUG WAR
CHILEAN OPPOSITION UNITES BEHIND PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE
Northern Ireland and the Kingdom of Heaven
Breaking Sudan's Impasse
10,000 Maniacs Rolls Along On New Paths
Life Along an Overlooked Road
Population Trends
Empowering Minority Youth
BAKER URGES ASIAN ALLIES NOT TO ISOLATE CHINA
Upholding Democracy in Argentina