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Monitor Archive for March 25, 1991

Stop Slicing Value Of Food Stamps
PRESERVATION EFFORTS GIVEN A FUNDING LIFT
Freedom and Diversity
South Africa's Unlikely New Envoy
Ugly Arms Sales Habit
Honda Reaches For US Identity
Greenpeace Protests Bush's Energy Plan on Second Valdez Anniversary
Traveling Between Languages
Salvador Election Results Prompt Rebel Cease-Fire Plan
ISRAEL TO EXPEL PALESTINIAN ACTIVISTS
Is Research a Crucial Component of Learning, or Academic Self-Aggrandizement?
Energy Department Split Over Fuel Economy
Saddam Takes Steps to Quiet Foes
YELLOW RIBBON SALES CONTINUE TO FLOURISH
A Politician of Ideas Discusses Trade, Energy, and the US Economy
New Novelist Tries To Break the 'Ethnic Box'
Soviet Prime Minister Warns Coal Miners That Strike Threatens Economic Collapse
States Will Tame the Energy Monster
Curbing Brutality Starts at Top
Factory Town Works on Education
BUSH SIGNS LAW PROVIDING NEW S&L BAILOUT FUNDS
Monitor Wins New England Newspaper Award
Allies Demand Tough Terms for Iraq Surrender
Yugoslavs Weather Political Crisis
Culture Contrast
South African Budget Tackles Social Reform
Boston Mayor Seeks Reins Of Balky City School System
Women Workers and 'Benign' Bias
Despite Active Role, Quayle Still Struggles With Image
A Painter's 'Fastidious Economy'
US Must Twist Arms for Mideast Peace Without Delay
Panama Moves to Patch Relations With Its Latin Neighbors
Tsongas Aiming For Top In Political Comeback Bid
News Currents
Stop the Killing
US Food Producers Win Profits Abroad
Films and Stars That Deserve Oscars