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Monitor Archive for January 21, 1988
Athens' smog solution raises cloud of protests
Milton Berle: three generations of laughs. A hard-pressed stage mother's push launched his durable career
Where does beauty come from?
Roaring into the Spanish night
A moving look at homeless on NBC; CBS kicks off `48 Hours'. Brokaw special could help spur action; Rather revisited hospital where JFK died
Corporate America faces AIDS, but some steps would be illegal
Not in my backyard. Family day care faces stiff resistance in many communities
`I have a Dream: I Have Seen Black Hands'
Privatization: paving the way
Federal day-care bills: `You have to start somewhere'. Three measures are before Congress; support is strong
Whizzing through TV's first 40 years. Eight-part series recalls achievements and some drawbacks
France vows to protect commercial ships in Gulf
Bangladesh strikes take toll on economy and universities
The brothers' tales - perhaps too grim for young children after all
N.Y. Philharmonic: how it was with Mehta away. Guest maestros helped keep the orchestra alert
Pete du Pont
Middle East debate: two views of issues
Reagan administration opposes Soviet membership in world financial groups. WORLD BANK, IMF, AND GATT
`Privatization' seems old hat, but the idea just won't go away