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Monitor Archive for December 1, 1988
Kitchy kitchen coo
Flailing to maintain
Plan tackles savings and loan ills. $100 billion needed to restore FSLIC, bank chief predicts
On stage: good intentions vs. harsh realities
Sanders looms as Heisman winner; a vote for Holtz as Coach of the Year
Bentsen sees high wire act for Bush on federal budget. Deficit cut without new taxes called a marvel
Gorbachev's old and new Russian revolution
Mexican leader's honeymoon apt to be short
THOSE FASHIONABLE GERMANS. The country that gave us the Volkswagen is now a leader in clothing design and manufacturing, topping France and Italy in...
Bush knows the ropes - but can he untie the knots?
New taxes (sigh) may be needed to fix the deficit
Efforts to save the earth gain momentum. Environmentalists meet Bush; present plan for national action. Concern is mounting over deteriorating envir...
Images of homelessness
Efforts to save the earth gain momentum. National Geographic begins its second century with a warning
Why so many stocks are disappearing
Britain faces rising inflation, record high trade deficit. Chancellor of Exchequer blamed for policies that overheated economy
Giving access to controversy
After the election: spinning the web
Another George from Maine
EPA proposes rules to govern municipal storm-sewer runoff
Please check your tag: many motor scooters look alike
Gorbachev dominance displayed in parliament
News In Brief
For holidays, a stockingful of new films. PRODUCERS RACE FOR OSCAR DEADLINE, DECEMBER AUDIENCES
Mitchell: cool, reasoned, sincere. New Senate majority leader known for holding to convictions
Plan to shut shipyard leaves workers in limbo. Polish workers find it hard to believe that Lenin Shipyard - Solidarity's birthplace - could be close...
A poetic observer of the street
A sensible shot against guns
The real reason for big bombers
Soviets struggle to keep Kabul government going until pullout date
Swamp home. Locals tell tales about this unconquerable wild. The Great Dismal Swamp, vine-entangled and muddy, once covered 2,000 square miles of th...
Despite frustration, Walesa sees talks with government as best bet
The Sills legacy at City Opera. Her 8-year tenure leaves company fiscally sound
Why the Democrats could win the White House in '92
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Drama group presents stories on stage that educate and entertain