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Monitor Archive for March 12, 1991
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Break Mideast Molds
Comedies From Both Sides of the Atlantic Brighten Broadway and Off-Broadway
Does the US Need a Department of Peace?
MASS SOVIET PROTESTS BACK YELTSIN
Orbiting Uneasily Between Worlds
Amid Turmoil, India Readies for May Elections
Bush's Leap Over Mideast Doubt
US Labor Faces More Hard Times; Strike Weapon Fails
Strengthening Democracy in Brazil
New Deal for World Economy?
China's Gulf Policy Cost It Key Contracts
GATT Looks to End Talks in '91
`Fed Up' With Crime and Grime, Inner-City Dwellers Take Charge
Salvadorans Back Rightist Party in Peaceful Vote
Harsh Light on Pinochet's Gestapo
Nurturing Tender Shoots
Lower Inflation and Recession Will Cut Interest Rates
Kuwaitis Resent Government Inaction
And Where Were You On the War?
De Gaulle: Heroic But Galling French Leader
Study Urges Rhode Island To Relax Tax Mandates
A Honeymoon in Vietnam
Love in the Movies
Thailand's Military Coup Heralds Shifts in Foreign Ties
`Capital Crunch' in New England
Shrinking Houses for Shrinking Families
Battle Builds Over Drilling for Oil
Syria Alters Terrorist Image With Some Success
Nicaragua's Need: Economic and Political Discipline
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