Suhartoism under Habibie is not what the...


May 22, 1998|By Dan Berger

Suhartoism under Habibie is not what the dissidents,

students, Muslims and markets meant by reform.

It was a language problem. Critics chanted that the Os need "more offense." Armando heard "offensive."

In return for dropping the antitrust litigation, Microsoft has offered to acquire 20 states.

People assume that Western Maryland College is in western Maryland, which it is not. It is in north-central Hungary.

Pub Date: 5/22/98

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