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Monitor Archive for April 5, 1989
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PRO AND CON DEBATE ON PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE. Let Families Decide
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Roh Tae Woo's Difficult Passage
Drugs for the Elite
How Small Companies Can Go Global
Why Keep `Star Wars'?
Computer Deal Creates Controversy. SCANDAL IN JAPAN
Will Recession Follow Slowdown?
A Flight From World War II's Devastation. BOOKS REVIEW
Segal's Sculptures Become Must-See
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For Most Cubans, Activism is Luxury. FIGHTING FOR RIGHTS. Economic concerns and muzzling of dissidents keep protest low-key despite lack of rights
Gorbachev in London for a Cordial Round 3
What's Behind the Rightist Surge. WEST GERMANY. Far-right gains from anti-foreign sentiment, economic anxieties
Israeli Arabs Struggle for Equal Rights, Not Liberation
Shamir's Proposals Exclude PLO. US-ISRAEL SUMMIT
The Decensoring of Solzhenitsyn. IN PRINT BACK HOME. Extracts of his most controversial works are due to be published soon
Catalyst for Industrial Peace. INTERVIEW: EASTERN-MACHINIST MEDIATOR. With little more than a bag of tricks, Harry Bickford mends labor-management d...
Childhood in a Puerto Rican Barrio
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