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Monitor Archive for November 15, 1988
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Moscow's misery over Afghanistan
An unfinished portrait of one guardian of `the nuclear peace'
Discovery launches Houston's morale
Golden Gate Park - a cultural picnic
Chile exile becomes national symbol. Regime's banishing of labor leader to remote region backfires
New assertiveness in Canada in face of powerful neighbor. Next week's election turns on the free-trade deal with the US. A series beginning today ex...
Thatcher bids fond farewell to Reagan, welcomes in Bush. Special Atlantic tie faces new tests as Europe unifies
Pile it on. Upper crust mulch: a cover to bark about. DENIZENS OF THE HEAP
Debt relief and self-interest
Envoy to Japan leaves with `head high'
European friends arrive to help set Western agenda
Doug Moe masters art of laissez faire NBA coaching. Free-spirited Denver Nuggets boss is great believer in free-form offense
ASK THE GARDENERS. Q & A
The Republicans' `lock' on the presidency
National ire rises as hearings tag former leader. KOREA'S WATERGATE
Not a tidy gardener
Strengthening the social fabric
Sri Lanka's local elections will be a crucible for peace pact
GOP line forms for staff posts in George Bush's Washington. Brady, Cavazos may stay; Teeter, Fuller, Sununu may get top jobs
Pile it on. Composting turns waste into rich garden soil. DENIZENS OF THE HEAP
Computers you can train work somewhat like a brain. Scientists are developing neural networks that enable computers to `learn' functions
Halt `garbage imperialism'
Portraits his trade, landscapes his love
Tough campaigning ahead for Quayle's Senate seat
When `smart cars' meet `smart roads,' bumpers may bump less
Radioactive challenge to nature's resilience
Pile it on. Trash in the trench. DENIZENS OF THE HEAP
Whether it's bombers or cookies, filling Pentagon orders is a drag