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Monitor Archive for March 14, 1991

Should Waste Disposal by Private Profiteers Be Trashed?
Germans to Sell East's Lands to Investors Who Will Create Jobs
Myrtle Allen's Irish Brown Soda Bread
Four Decades in the Life of a City
Greater Use of Wind, Solar Urged
Mixed Media, Sweet and Bitter
US Use of Renewables Behind Japan, Europe
HOUSE BALKS AT BAILING OUT S&L BAILOUT AGENCY
Iraqi Strife Strands Refugees on Border
The Recession Should Be Helpful, Reducing Excesses
Congress And Vets
Teens Offer Opinions of Atlanta's Curfew
Massachusetts Looks At Ways to Improve Its Prison System
D'Amato, the `Pothole Senator,' Faces Rough Road to '92
Cities Try Curfews to Curb Crime
Gulf War Ushered in An American Era
Roemer Roams Into GOP Camp
Japan Invests in US Research Labs
Grass-Roots School Reform
CORRECTION [CO]Correction for 3/12/91
Iraqi Opposition Groups Seek To Reassure West
Race, Class, and the News
Irish Fare Renowned From Cork to Paris
Talk Radio: The Last Refuge of the People
The Jobless Need Help
A Parent's Curfew Encounter
Underplay It Again, Uncle Sam
The Street
News Currents
US Aid Compensating Gulf Allies Faces Tough Look-See in Congress
Byelorussia Backs Gorbachev Plan
S. African Land Reforms Set Off Political Storm
Baker Visit a Spur to Israel, Palestinians
Gulf War Gives Boost To US Self-Confidence
Unequally Sharing the Costs and Dividends of War