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Monitor Archive for September 27, 1990
Ex-Jazz Drummer Leads Concertgebouw in US Tour
Budget Negotiators Push `Apex' Summit to the Wire
A Time for Teachers
A Purist Turns to Childen's Books
God's Healing Love Endures
Help De Klerk - But Not Too Much
Elder Abuse on Rise; Protection Limited
To What End the War of Words?
Relief Agencies Swim With The Sharks
Winning Profile of Pooh's Originator
Leaders for the UN
Rich and Poor in Poland
Mother-Daughter Comedy Defies Clich'es
Army History Book Angers China's Leaders
Forest Service Keeps Mule Teams Packing
Studying History Locked in a Black Box
US Tobacco Companies Fight for East German Market
Arab League Meeting Aims Mainly to Muffle Disputes
Using Force on Iraq Raised at UN
The Bront"e Sisters: Writing the Lonely Wilds
Vladivostok and the Soviet Far East: Still Closed, or Open for Business?
Austerity: Will the Soviet Public Rebel?
Industrial City Hit Hard by Reforms
Tracing Time Across the Moors
E. Germans Puzzle Over What to Do With Marx and Lenin
Mideast Arms Race
Car Sales Soar in Merged Economy