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Monitor Archive for January 11, 1988
The inspectors who keep British schools up to form
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Why not have deep reductions and SDI too?
Pistons, Hawks elbow way into pro basketball's power elite
Fund raisers shift to high gear in key first quarter
Central America sees increase in fighting since peace plan
An Indian in her cupboard. Best-selling children's author Lynn Reid Banks spins a superb story
Prosecutor says he will call Meese to stand in Nofziger trial. Jury being picked in case of former White House aide
Fiery symbol of Chinese culture comes into its own in `year of the dragon'
Saving for schooling
Deft rescue of dollar still poses risks for central banks, nations
Where were you when the `Mystique' was shattered?
Rustle of orangutans
The source of our supply
Detroit's high-tech look
What Albania's dearth of cars says about the isolated country. Communism's `go-it-aloner' builds one step at a time
South Africa tightens gag on alternate press. Censors, bans threaten small papers covering black issues
How those in trenches would avoid a rerun of Oct. 19
42 handshakes in Borneo
Micro loans on macro scale reap returns. Third world and donors gain from funds to small enterprises
Award-winning documentary focuses on Islam and Middle East
Tribunal resumes work while awaiting crucial ninth member. SUPREME COURT'S NEW YEAR
Museums seen catering to their visitors. Alan Shestack's views as new head of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts
Swedish worry over Soviet submarines resurfaces