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Monitor Archive for November 9, 1988
A sea of steps
Time for the US to emulate its friends?
Walls, gates, and other open-and-shut cases
Perestroika in the provinces. Reform efforts are still just political slogans on the bleak steppes of remote Soviet republic
As winter descends on Poland, political climate heats up
State race tests Mexico's political progress. Determined opposition fights to make its mark in ruling party stronghold
Atoning for `Kristallnacht': West Berlin's special guests
Chinese leaders promise less censorship for artists, writers. THE PARTY AND THE ARTS
Master showman. National Gallery director J. Carter Brown
Voting: for the many, by the few. Though turnout figures for yesterday's vote aren't complete yet, they're expected to continue the downward trend o...
Washington urges restraint by both sides in Afghan conflict. US still backs guerrillas but wants to avoid delay in Soviet pullout
Bing Bongs and Bo Bos. When an engineer becomes a food writer...`I'm more read than cooked.'
Small hospitals find it harder to keep doors open. Rising costs, lower federal payments squeeze budgets
Feathered friendship. The birdmen of Peking
Facing shadows of the past: Germans mark Jewish persecution
Peking sends help to Yunnan, `China's earthquake center'
NRC plans to simplify nuclear licensing. Critics say the proposal would lead to more unsafe nuclear power plants
Sakharov ought to know
Presenting ... the Montana Logging and Ballet Company
Vann and Vietnam: at the heart was lies
Russians will be Russians
This welfare reform won't work
Israeli Arabs take cue from Palestinian protesters
Iraq offers Iran a concession on POW exchange
Community defense against drugs
The kingdom of the kirk
Real estate gains could leave you lagging on insurance
News In Brief
Coaches under fire at Pittsburgh and Dallas despite past success