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Monitor Archive for January 29, 1988

Are you growing slow or fast?
Hertz - damage control
Tet for US: a battle won on road to defeat. Shocking image of embassy under siege lost `hearts and minds' of America
World health officials vow information war against AIDS
Adoption task force finds positive trends
Paul Simon
Papandreou seeks to press Greece's claim to larger share of Aegean waters. Greek-Turkish summit: a first step in helping break the ice
US vote in Security Council key to UN's Mideast peace push
Etiquette maven Elizabeth Post maintains mannerly tradition
Nationalism's role in battle over Belgium's biggest company
Caldwell's vision vs. fiscal realism. Opera Company of Boston's `M'ed'ee' evokes fantastic images
After football, ABC shifts to teen life in '60s
Breslin turns his missionary zeal to the plight of New York's poor
Honduras under fire for rights abuses. US report and Inter-American Court case highlight growing problem
Viet Cong leader recalls blitz that changed the war. TET OFFENSIVE - 20 YEARS LATER
A LOOK AT A POP-UP BOOK
New Rockette set for Super Bowl debut
The craft connection. New York couple's sourcebook showcases craftspeople to designers
Ozal has his sights set beyond bilateral disputes. Greek-Turkish summit: a first step in helping break the ice.
Jackson run tests black politicians
`Man of the year'
Stopping Elway key to Bronco-busting in Super Bowl XXII
Gephardt winning `undecideds' in Iowa. TV ads seen as building congressman's image as a strong leader
Sammy Sneeze, Little Nemo - rescuing their comic creator
Off the campaign trail. Unemployed feel left behind in Iowa