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Monitor Archive for October 7, 1988
A God we can trust
Rookie Gregg Jefferies swinging hot bat for Mets in NL playoffs
Petite pumpkins are big on flavor
Games that try military minds
Long-suffering Red Sox fans have role model: mythical Sisyphus
Bavarian hills: too alive with the sound of yodeling
Many Bay State lawmakers hang around to arm-twist their colleagues
DEGAS. This first-rate retrospective is the show of the season
Black brothers, in their own voices
Lessons from Naval War College war games
A letter to the automobile dealers of America
Taming one of Colombia's most violent areas. Controversial general imposes his brand of law and order on peasants and rebels
Palestinians in US feel pull of homeland. Palestinians who make their home in the US still maintain a strong ethnic identity. If anything, it is gro...
Townsfolk defend atomic plant against a ballot initiative
Weapons plants: not always safety first. Energy Department debates solutions
Charles Addams and his family
Serbs demand curbs on autonomy
Bookman's holiday - in a harvest garden
A poet in Soviet prison - dignity and a secret garden amid the lies
EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE. The Oriental art of `feng shui'
Baltic activists in the West ponder developments back `home'. SOVIET REFORMS: A TROJAN HORSE?
Making homes more graceful
West Bank town has `family reunion' in US
National party conventions: delegated to ideology?
Furnish French. New collection's `feel' for southern France countryside allows buyers to ...
Victims of violence in the world's `little' wars
Quayle as Kennedy
After the floods, starvation on the rise in southern Sudan. Locust infestation and ongoing war add to region's woes
Fresh slide in world oil prices expected to cool inflation. Petroleum industry better prepared than in '86 sag, but producer areas shiver
Bentsen won veep slugfest on points. But Quayle held his own leaving Bush with slight edge in polls
Pentagon slashes estimates of Strategic Defense Initiative first-phase deployment costs. `STAR WARS'
The outfielders wore hip boots, the catcher bit the bullet
In Chile, the `no's have it
Firsthand look at pulls and pushes of diplomacy
Antiabortion protesters try a tougher strategy. But civil disobedience remains controversial
The Yankees trade a fan
America's founding myth: the Revolution revisited
A tale of two campaigns
The art of downward mobility in America