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Monitor Archive for December 16, 1988
Nation's first commercial reactor gets heave-ho
Muscle Shoals: 31 years in mothballs
No farther. Subsistence farmers of Burkina Faso wrestle the encroaching desert into submission
Putting the genie back in the bottle. Propaganda, proliferation, and dollars for disposal are hurdles at Geneva disarmament talks
Karl Malone - a superstar who plays with the enthusiasm of a schoolboy
PLO, US, and Israel
A sigh of relief - and joy - heard round the Arab world. AFTER SHULTZ'S SURPRISE
News In Brief
Spiritual sense and peace
American Jews propose tests of PLO seriousness
New issues usher in agriculture secretary. WINDS OF CHANGE BLOW A MODERATE COURSE
The Arafat visa flap
Pleasant and elastic phraseologer for hire
Soviet-Japanese treaty: Who gives a hoot?
Where politics is all in the family. In South Asia, a few names have held the political spotlight for decades. Cultural traditions and strong family...
They catch colors from the air and make trends
Dukakis plays a more somber budget tune. Massachusetts governor cuts 300 state jobs and empties `rainy day' fund
Two small steps ... giant leaps for mankind? Soviets and US make historic policy shifts
A breakthrough in the Middle East
Scandinavian design: a gas mask for every man, woman, and child
US trading partners out to damp inflation - but US balks
Removing the poison
Crystalline landmark for Los Angeles. Frank O. Gehry will design L.A. Philharmonic's home
The Sherlock Holmeses of chemical detection
Paraguayans begin to think post-Stroessner
Like US, third world has tax cheats; Uruguay thinks it has a system
Lethal legacy of wars past lingers in today's Belgium
Viewers have their hands full with `Twins'. Schwarzenegger, DeVito in comedy
Who was Mother Goose?
Coats of many colors. In person or by mail, consultant takes guesswork out of painting home exteriors. PAINT ME BEAUTIFUL
Far-reaching plan to clean up Los Angeles air faces setback. Businesses say proposal would hurt local economy
Bush nominees leave GOP right feeling uneasy
US Army consigns old weapons to the ash heap of history
Impressionist art seen as a record of society
Roxbury College goal: to serve as a catalyst for inner-city progress
Bush and Reagan: differences, similarities
Basic bomb-hunting: `First look, then dig'
A diatribe - sort of - against the Age of `Who Cares?'
Mix, match, and sketch it out: a how-to guide for home restyling
US education: reform still at top of agenda
Bright fa,cades and serious insights. A witty satirist looks at the fruits of the women's movement
Cleaning Washington's forgotten river