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Monitor Archive for October 20, 1988

Soft-shoe memories
Financial institutions' regulators miss fraud and abuse, report says
WHERE THE CANDIDATES STAND ON THE ENVIRONMENT. The next president will grapple with a host of dangers that threaten to strangle our environment: tox...
No panic in Mark McGwire, as drought-breaking home run proved
MIND YOUR... ...MANNERS: etiquette for the young
Hawks of autumn
Wisconsin's offbeat race for US Senate pits grocer against housewife. K"UCHEN WARS
Say it in Newfoundland. New dictionary deciphers a unique Canadian dialect
WHERE THE CANDIDATES STAND ON THE ENVIRONMENT. The next president will grapple with a host of dangers that threaten to strangle our environment: tox...
Mental seeds of defeat are planted before football `upsets' occur
Alice and the yellow leaves
...CHILDREN: eating out with the wiggly set
Keep your Nov. 8 date
Clear the smoke - but don't snuff out rights
Racketeering act jabs at Drexel on two sides, treble charges loom
Successful change
A problem of pins and keys
Ozone-protection protocol inadequate, experts say
Travel notes, fall '88
The shifting battle front. The civil war in this tiny country has cost 65,000 lives. The Marxist guerrillas have stalemated US-backed armed forces e...
India air crashes likely to prompt fresh look at an overburdened transport system
Richard Eyre takes the helm at a `crisis point'
Hiding out with Marx and M-16s
Criminal case readied against brokerage firm. Drexel indictment likely to include racketeering
South African blacks resist `apartheid' vote
October, and again
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Beyond Yonkers: myth vs. reality
OPEC to consider higher output quota as means of restoring unity
Dukakis hits populist themes. Launches tough counterattack on Bush in Midwest and South, as time grows short
At plenum: few changes, lots of `blah, blah, blah'
Mallarm'e and Brodsky: letters and poems of two `orphic' poets
Points of light
New technology, avid readers kindle renaissance for British papers
Exchange
East Europe's reform laggards face a long winter of discontent
Study reveals a wealth of giving. Philanthropy doesn't require a trust fund, survey of givers finds
New era at Britain's National Theatre