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Monitor Archive for November 10, 1988

Deficit-cutting group looks past deadline. Panel hits bumps but no roadblocks
THE MINISTERS' WIVES' TALE. Their `robes' have changed. ASSISTANT PASTORS IN DISGUISE
BMW calls it yuppie love, and moves on. Youngsters spurned car after '87; company now woos older buyers
Palestinians set to declare territories independent. THEIR OWN STATE
Room to maneuver for East-bloc reformers
With political arms stacked, Bush asks national conciliation
Time for Dukakis to pick up pieces. Back to Massachusetts to mend party fences and state budget
Thatcher enthusiastic over US vote for conservatism, continuity
FREEZE FRAMES
Bush victory might spark peace talks on Namibia, Angola. Soviet pressure and South African election may also help jar talks free
WORTH NOTING ON TV
President-elect starts move toward a `Bush revolution'. But failure to bolster GOP position in Congress will make it harder to lead
Bush win: a vote for continuity
From attic to gallery: `new vintage' treasures
A cold-war pawn in the game of superpower politics
Nicaraguans wary of renewed contra moves. Ambushes raise fears rebels are returning amid hurricane disarray
Seeking reconciliation in Vietnam
A terror-ridden tropical paradise
Arms sales as security
Special-interest millions don't pay off
World War II as a TV maxi-series. WOUK'S 30-HOUR `WAR AND REMEMBRANCE' PREMI`ERES SUNDAY
Diary of a return to Vietnam
Democrats retain control of most state legislatures
A Soviet `decent interval'
Congress and statehouses: politics around the nation
Wall Street's mother-daughter team
Libel is not having to say you're sorry!
Theater: no use waiting for `Godot' tickets. Comic and tragic blend well under Nichols's direction
The `firstness' of God's love
News In Brief
China welcomes foreign aid for quake victims
Ramakhula's door. A South African trek from tenant's complaint to treason trial
Supreme Court will consider Marcos immunity claim
Dukakis has challenging unfinished business in Massachusetts
Maoist dogma in China fades to eerie whisper
Maggie & the Poles