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Monitor Archive for October 11, 1988
Chinese official seeks more pressure on Hanoi over Cambodia. Foreign minister charges Vietnam `lacks sincerity' in troop withdrawal offer
Furniture fit for an Empire
US will bolster Cambodia's noncommunist resistance forces. Reagan meeting aims to help Sihanouk with key UN vote
Democrats push to get black voters to the polls. Dukakis has support of traditionally Democratic black voters, but the question remains whether or n...
A's rode pitching, power, all-around play to American League pennant
Presidential hopefuls hone attacks as crucial final debate nears. Bush claims rival is soft on crime, while Dukakis hammers at Quayle, trade
As Reagan presidency wanes, takeover activity heats up again
Trying to shake loose from America's culture loop
Candidates zero in on vote-rich states. With the election just four weeks away, Dukakis and Bush are pouring resources into a handful of big states...
Bulbs to buds. Southerners tiptoe through tulips, thanks to clever growing tricks. GARDENING
News In Brief
Start now to identify and qualify for a career in space
Signs of a Sino-Soviet rapprochement?
Making jazz more popular with free CDs
No winners in Gulf war
Boston's glad hatter plies an almost-forgotten trade
Better enforcement takes some steam out of `boiler room' bilking. But shortage of sleuths, great gullibility, and craftiness are tough foes
James Baker would be Bush's No. 2
Black voters in New York follow Jackson's lead
Boston demands action to stop growing street crime, violence
`We're not looking for sound bites - all we want are the facts, gentlemen'
Rare films of exploration in progress
Ideas that bless us abundantly
Happy ever after in the dude ranch biz. Fun on Big Mac, Sunny, and Party-Party at Finca Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da. COSTA RICAN COWBOY
Turf battles hinder effort to find national remedy for phone scams
Tips on tulips, daffodils, and other spring flowering gems
Mini-disc with mega-memory
Surprising support for the arts
Would a rose named Alma still smell as sweet?
Algerians protest economic hardships