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Monitor Archive for October 4, 1988
Sorting out the economics of a higher minimum wage
Just when Beirut thought life couldn't worsen ...
Too many `perfect' scores of 10 distort Olympic gymnastics results
The Zone: a Soviet newspaper assails Siberian labor camps
Chrysler's competitors out to overtake its lucrative lead in minivans
Jazz shapes caught in marble
Back in space again
... and the flowers on the lunch table are grown from yard waste
Running mates take center stage. Bentsen stresses `stature gap'
Letter to my father
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
A boutique filled with scenes of America. TELEVISION: NEW DOCUMENTARY SERIES
Discovery is back; now comes the hard part. `Marvelous! My heart was pounding'
Sampling Samarkand. Silk Route stop offers relics of Muslim civilization
Protecting the integrity of Indian art. Indian artists work to strengthen safeguards for their market
UN tries to slow deforestation by boosting African timber industry
Clear research ethics needed to fight fakery and fraud
Reynolds heir blows smoke in tobacco industry's eyes
King of carving
Warming trend sets in for Soviet-Japanese ties. Gorbachev eyes Japan's economic dynamism
There's new wood in old bottles. Plastic milk jugs are recycled into rot-resistant boards that are ideal for waterfront decks
Mine threat calls for prompt Gulf action. US military officials say Iran, Iraq, and Western navies all have role
How TV transforms the debates
Dodgers aim for big upset against Mets in National League playoffs. New York won 10 of 11 season meetings
Washington reads Russian tea leaves after latest shuffle. Gorbachev seen pumping up reform
The climb toward Mideast peace
Everlasting floral d'ecor. Growing, drying, and designing
Welfare: the new experiment