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Monitor Archive for March 9, 1992

Dealing With Violence
MOLAS
Irish Premier Welcomes New Talks on N. Ireland
Sexual Abuse of Power
DETROIT LOOKS FOR PRINCIPALS WITH NON-SCHOOL MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
OWL INDICATES FORESTS' HEALTH, RESEARCHER SAYS
Today's Vox Populi
S. Africa's Right Wing Flounders
Journeys Through Layers of Time
By-Election Defeat Sends Warning To Japan's Ruling Party, Premier
Palestinians: Second-Class Citizens in the Territories
Congress's Abortion Strategy
In Many Districts, the Schoolhouse Needs Paint, Plaster, Computers
Democrats' Milquetoast Populism
Dealing With Violence
UN Prods Iraq and Threatens Force
Grateful Germans Roll Out the Red Carpet For Gorbachev on First Private Trip to West
Dealing With Violence
Reforming Teacher Education
Dealing With Violence
A Human Peace Dividend
Principal Interns Train for Future

Student Poll Highlights Concerns
Kenyan Political Violence Mars Moves Toward Democratic Reform
Bush Still Lacks Anti-Buchanan Strategy
Digital Audio Broadcasting Plays to Global Audience
Turkish Alarm on Karabakh
News Currents
Night-Train Glimpses of India
When a Politician Becomes Fair Game
Azeri and Armenian Peace Moves Are Bid To Avert All-Out War
Why Cultural Conservatives Love Buchanan
At Her Work
The Sticky Politics of Ex-Soviet Oil
Wheat Crop Only Adequate
Hungarian Court Rejects 'Witch Hunt' Against Communists
From Adversaries To Peacemakers