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Monitor Archive for October 12, 1988
Locust swarms threaten to decimate crops in Sudan's fertile belt
The architecture of Julia Morgan
Candidates want you to feel at home. Dukakis and Bush push ideas to help more Americans buy housing
Detroit carmakers will take some lemons back, but not all
MIRA NAIR. Interview with Indian director whose new film stars street children from Bombay
Young (very young) reporters hot on the trail of TV news
Foreign minister cites better economy, international support. PROGRESS IN MOZAMBIQUE
Banking company indicted for scheme to hide drug money. Undercover probe by Customs agents reveals $32 million `laundering' network
Election '88: `So's your old man!'
A ray of hope in Rio's bleak slums. Fighting apathy and poverty, women band together to build a future
VIDEOSCAN. A selection of new releases for sale or rental
Silber's dorm policy
Call me anything, but don't call me `liberal'
Is this any way to run a bomb plant?
The sadness of plagiarism
Wringing high-grade oil from rock
Lost in the Sarah Dessert with Mummy. What would William Bennett make of these `facts'?
Election '88: the South
Politicians wrestle with AIDS crisis. Confidentiality issue stymies federal bill; California initiative would mandate stiff reporting
Exploring the harmony of thought in Christian universals
In Gulf, US Navy `snipes' have extra-hot job. Men of the engine-room are most vulnerable to mines
Britain's Conservatives chart course into 1990s
A pond, an airfield, a boy becoming a man
Efforts to sign up voters may help `gay rights' measure in Chicago
Tape-recording the crisis of the American soul