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Monitor Archive for April 21, 1989
Christian Science Couple Likely to Appeal Conviction in Child Case
SOVIET SHIP ARRIVES TO HELP SKIM OIL SPILL
VOLCKER GROUP CALLS FOR HIGHER PAY FOR CONGRESS
New York Builds to House Homeless. SOCIAL ISSUES. But the city's critics are concerned that single homeless are getting short shrift.
Sales to Japan Buoy New England Lobstermen
Financing the Post Office Privately. BUDGET. Some in Congress and the White House are proposing to take it off the government budget
1990 Science Budget May Be Pie in the Sky. Analysts say big projects may be at risk
France, US Seek To End Shelling. LEBANON. Bush backs French plan, but Baker reveals reluctance to get involved in Beirut conflict.
Chinese-American `Bridge' Club
Caught in a Limbo Between Two Cultures
`Channel One' Test at Midterm. EDUCATION: TV NEWS UPDATE. A participating school gives the controversial, ad-supported program passing grades
Rethinking South Africa. Reforms over the past decade have moved toward genuine power sharing
Evicting the Junkies
At 25, The Mustang Is Still Going Strong
US Privatization Politically Tough
Jangling Gamelans and Magical Movement. FROM BALI
Helping Kids Value Themselves. Why Boston Youth Theater - which boosts morale as it produces shows - is set to close
An Updated, High-Tech `Faust'. THEATER REVIEW. Imprisoned Czech dramatist Havel aims a blast at bureaucracy
S. AFRICA FREES PROMINENT ANTI-APARTHIED ACTIVISTS
Specter of Terror in El Salvador. TRADE UNIONS TARGETED. Political violence rises, mainly against less prominent unionists.
Korean Shipyards Quiet - For Now. LABOR UNREST. Seoul's tougher anti-strike tactics worked in Ulsan, but the mood there remains tense.
Mexico Teacher Strike Tests Salinas.SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS. Action underscores difficulty of tackling entrenched corruption and educational malaise.
GOLF BOOM ECHOES WORLDWIDE
For the People Who Love to Turn Pages...
Golfing Surge Burdens Courses. SPORTS TRENDS
The Lumberjack With the Day-Glo Smile
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