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Monitor Archive for May 10, 1991

Soviet Military Cautions Against Breakup of Union
California Public-TV Station Seeks `Live' Coverage of Executions
Thinking About the Death Penalty
GULF BECKONS SOUTH KOREAN CONTRACTORS
Television Cameras and Executions
Dusting Off Tales of Great-Grandmother
Making Connections The Hard Way
Computers Help Sales Force Keep Foot in the Door
National Portrait Gallery Highlights Civil Rights Pioneer
Despite Public Worry Bush Likely to Keep Quayle on '92 Ticket
Make Way for a Classic
Human Rights Film Festival Opens
Washington Divided Over More Food Aid to Moscow
Loving the Children
Put Saddam in the Dock for His War Crimes
Pretoria Cracks Down on Violence
The Ability to Feel
A Grand Gallery Design Holds Its Own in Washington
Brazil's New Finance Minister Enters Fray to Fight Recession
Who Will Support Child Book Readers?
What Is - and Isn't - `Real' Italian Cooking
Ready, Set, Read
Children's Literature Research Center Is a Gold Mine for Scholars
News Currents
Growing Need for Parental Guidance
FESTIVAL SHOWS FILM AND VIDEO FROM 25 NATIONS
US Addresses Family Planning
A RAFT OF BILLS IN CONGRESS
Soviet Minister's Visit Marks High Point in Relations With Israel
Standing Up for Liberty
Japan and US at Loggerheads Over Endangered Sea Turtles
Nepal's Historic Vote Tests New Democracy
More City Dwellers Means Fewer Kids
POMORDORI AL RISO (TOMATOES STUFFED WITH RICE)
`Soak the Rich' Fallacy