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Monitor Archive for November 18, 1988
A second opinion on no-fail scholarship
Peaceable classrooms. Schools teach how to mediate or negotiate differences
American visits Jerusalem...and comes away with some opinions. A CALL FOR WITHDRAWAL
A turn to the right on civil rights
Asian neighbor looms over Indo-Soviet talks. Summit comes as Gorbachev, Gandhi seek better China ties
A home of varied views. Concerns of a Jewish Israeli family. OVERHEARD IN ISRAEL
Swiss see possible political motive in latest Lebanon kidnapping
Brazil headed for political realignment. Municipal elections oust old power structure in favor of leftist parties
America's family-size ski resorts. Out West: ski areas with character
News In Brief
Wartime lives out of balance
After three years, controversy still swirls around Anglo-Irish pact
Canadians weigh consequences of scuttling trade deal with US. Free-trade supporters warn of decline in dollar and US retaliation
Watching and wondering as Bush reaches for the baton. Transitions are harder to read nowadays
Lincoln's Gettysburg address: not long, but long remembered
In China, exploring the cosmos and the rights of man
Trendy Verbier. For young hotshots as well as perennial beginners
A ewe named Jocrisse was the model
Unique Vieques. Casa del Frances: Bad guests get Miss Piggy sheets
Hong Kong puts its financial house in order. Apprehension about 1997 is there, but it's not scaring investors away
`The Devil's Disciple' still `just the play for America'
America's family-size ski resorts. Back East: small resorts come up to speed
Cowboys in paradise. One of the world's most unusual ranches is on Hawaii's Big Island
Too little `big bang' for the buck
When the FBI calls
Leaf-peeping in a pickup
Toronto wants to quiet its construction boom
Drops in financial markets signal need to shrink US deficits. Dollar dive reflects pessimism over Bush's ability to slim trade gap
Resurgent Patriots on the move - possibly in more ways than one
US intelligence gathering falls behind needs, study finds
After Mansfield san
The '88 campaign's `expos'e'
Is Pakistan ready for Bhutto? Benazir Bhutto's election win is a first for herself and her country. But it doesn't mean clear sailing to the prime m...
Democrats, GOP plan for shift in states' political power. Lawmakers grapple over partisan advantage
Progressive or regressive?
Special day for Bernstein, his music. Concert commemorates his unplanned 1943 debut
Deficit, Dukakis defeat take some wind out of Massachusetts sails
Sorrow -- into joy
Time runs out for Cuban detainees. A year ago they rioted when told they would be deported; now some again face a plane ride to Havana.