Please see our Site Map for a guide to site content.
Monitor Archive for November 2, 1988
Carter's foreign policy record deserves a closer look
A bird of a different color. Here's a bright change of flight for your holiday entertaining. FESTIVE FOOD
Buyout specialist wields levers of debt to reshape corporate America
Churchill. A volcano of words in the wilderness years before war
Two members of the parties' new political breeds battle for the Senate. FLORIDA
Dukakis's billion-dollar tax amnesty program
Egypt starts trial of assassin group
Crossing the Korean divide
Gently chiding Japan: `Pick up a broom, my chauvinist friend'
In Bonn, US vote eclipsed by Soviet initiatives. As the US presidential race nears its end, two key allies seem comfortable with either a Bush or Du...
The liberal paradox
To lure savers' dollars, banks bring back bags of goodies
The braiser's edge
Time to retool the electoral system
Never left behind
Poland's `economic' decision to close shipyard is laced with politics
Chicago corporations invest in their own `public' school. Run like a business, school offers alternativeto a hobbled system
Marijuana: latest US agribusiness. Home-grown pot grabbing larger US market share. CASH CROP
A thoughtful feast. In a time of ease, we still look to hardship of earlier times to inspire the Thanksgiving celebration
Voters look for issues beneath mud in Senate campaign. NEW JERSEY
In Israel, small is crucial. Election over, two main rivals now will compete to lure smaller parties into governing coalition
New comedy by Gurney ranks as his most entertaining play
Difference between Bush, Dukakis lost on French
LOST & FOUND. Choreographic sleuths reconstruct Balanchine's long-lost `Cotillon'
Soviets bomb Afghanistan to get `decent interval' for exit. Fear rebels' hold on major city will lead to Kabul regime's collapse
Who is saving what daylight?
An artist known by his fruits
Voters on Election '88: `Is this it?' `TELL US WHEN IT'S OVER'
Some Soviets worry about too much power at top. Reliance on one man is dangerous, reformers say
Resignations, protests over AIDS-initiative endorsement
Republicans fight to make Windy City a two-party town. Local concerns drive white, ethnic voters to GOP. CHICAGO
A glimpse at heavyweight US Invitational. New Jerseyite heads a tight field in Pennsylvania; Briton stumbles
Thatcher's stock is on the rise in Poland. Change reflects admiration of leader's recipe for reform
Churchill buffs savor his memory, save his words