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Monitor Archive for November 8, 1988
Black Caucus hopes to increase its numbers in US House. Incumbents confident; but to win new seats, white votes are needed
Next president must lead - slowly. Either man will have to balance change, continuity
Sakharov in US puts in plug for perestroika. What a change a year makes: from internal exile to world-traveling celebrity
Bird watchers, nature-lovers - this slice of New Zealand's for you
Canadian pundits ponder Liberal leap in polls. `Phoenix-like ascension' said to be result of fear campaign on free trade issue
US book publishers merge into global information market
News In Brief
Surviving wasteland years
Jewish group fights - and wins - against religious bigotry
Merrills, anyone? It made its way into Shakespeare's verse and a Viking's burial booty; it was carved into church pews, and played by Henry VIII's s...
Blind cyclist finds tandem racing a path to unqualified competition. Californian teams with sighted partner to reach high speeds in major events
Relax, the campaign is finally over
Ambiguity and guilt: two views of the white experience in Africa
Sliding oil means slick footing for next Mexico head. Mexico's President-elect takes office next month with a weak political base. Falling oil price...
Stopping Kenya's poachers
Grand jury said to be investigating perjury in Iran-contra case
Soviets hope for continuity - they're pulling for Bush
Maine woods - wilderness or working woodlot? Network of logging roads gives the public access to once remote timberlands
Religious concessions pave way for possible Kremlin-Vatican summit. Once unthinkable, such a meeting could transform church life in communist world
The high cost of being unable to study in Japan
Exit polls that chill Western elections. State and local races suffer when voters hear Eastern results
Learning the Holocaust's lessons. Sevareid and Wiesel in back-to-back specials
`Old hand' on Iran-Iraq conflict takes over Geneva negotiations. Jan Eliasson, Sweden's UN ambassador, has carried on behind-scenes effort since 1980
Advanced TV's lessons for US R&D
Southern Democrats take Super Tuesday back to drawing board. SUPER FLOP
Tough law takes aim at inside traders
Arab activist says Likud win benefits uprising. `PALESTINIAN GANDHI'
Bush: from Don Knotts to Rambo
How does God talk to us?
India's outcasts make slow progress. Untouchables face deep discrimination, especially in villages
New York needle program gets mixed reviews. Some say it encourages drug use, others say it slows spread of AIDS
Thailand plans Chinese arms cache, worrying ASEAN neighbors. Stockpile could be used to arm Khmer Rouge, Southeast Asians say
Space club boasts mission, membership that is out of this world
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