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Monitor Archive for March 8, 1991
Even After the Gulf War, Japan Debates Its World Role
`Management' Key to Gulf Victory
Republic Pictures: Thrills and Culture
Bush Aims to Use Clout on Home Front
POMMES ANNA (SLICED POTATO CAKE)
A Trooper and A Gentleman
AMNESTY LISTS ABUSE OF WOMEN AROUND WORLD
Danny Thomas, a Beloved Arab-American
Russia's Baltic Pantomime
Soviets Assess Their Arsenal After Iraq's Defeat in Gulf
New Governor Rides In to Set Arizona Aright
In Congress, Was Gulf Debate Too Little, Too Late?
Jobless Insurance System Strained
From the Ashes of War, Hopes for Peace
Perestroika Redefines the Poet's Role
Tipton Lights the Night
Natural Gas Seeps Into Spotlight
A Soviet Whitman
Greece, From the Unbeaten Path
A Poet in His Own Country ...
Business Leaders Say Dropout Problem Calls for Action
Lean Times Ahead in Hungary
Postmodern `Henry IV'
Search for Meaning Hits Chord in China
China Offers Food Aid to Soviets
The President Shines on the Hill
El Salvadoran Vote Will Weigh Heavily On UN Peace Talks