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Monitor Archive for October 19, 1988

Mini-golf: a cultural icon back on the putting edge
Computer in decisive win over grandmaster
Italy moves toward greater political stability and financial discipline. Legislative reform does away with controversial practice of secret balloting
West Bank report shakes Israeli plans
In debate on reform of military, Bush and Dukakis are silent
Yugoslavia's Serbs: isolated, but determined to press demands. WHAT PRICE NATIONALISM?
A remarkable collection emerges from obscurity
Philip Morris wants to put $11 billion surplus in Kraft
In new tactic, blacks use voting rights law to gain judgeships in the South
Moonlight
Islamic law is key sticking point as Sudan foes edge toward talks
China's need for friends
Marathon Maggie
WHERE THE CANDIDATES STAND ON NATIONAL DEFENSE. The Reagan administration ``rearmed America.'' But it also saw waste in the Pentagon and huge budget...
Acquainted
Israeli taxes discriminate against Arabs
`Worry free' US House elections. Incumbents' power - especially money-raising - makes for few close races
Dialogue in Lebanon suffers another blow. Christians and Muslims fail to fill key Parliament post
WHERE THE CANDIDATES STAND ON NATIONAL DEFENSE. The Reagan administration ``rearmed America.'' But it also saw waste in the Pentagon and huge budget...
Bail: the price tag of liberty?
BAGELMANIA. The ring-shaped roll made of yeast dough now comes with bells and whistles
Behind the presidential mask. Can we say that Ronald Reagan, who still enjoys an almost inexplicable popularity with the American public, really was...
Investors who don't believe Bush's lips are snapping up muni bonds
Autumn
Soviets to embrace Afghan foe? Guerrilla chief getting a good press in Moscow
Rising above persecution
Some World Series players worth weight in gold are not glittering stars. Cast-off outfielder, rookie aid A's; pair of trade pickups solidify Dodgers
Superpower triangle
Backsliding to the bad old days
For US and insurgents, there are gains and perils in a partnership. For the US, backing insurgents is a cost-effective way of rolling back Soviet in...
A late hello (and early goodbye) to the '80s
Nation's oldest `superhighway' celebrates 50 years of smooth cruising