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Monitor Archive for December 2, 1988
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Pocket pieces
Paying the price for sex with minors. TEENS IN TROUBLE: IN SAN FRANCISCO ...
What perestroika giveth ...
US-Mexico cooperation on juvenile crime. ... AND ON THE RIO GRANDE
Voters looked beyond statistics in choosing Kirk Gibson for MVP award
Are blue jeans in distress?
US-Japanese venture rolls out two sporty versions of the same car
Refreshing views of Italian art
Assessing the Reagan presidency - and the man
Stories of perfect pitch and balance
The wisdom of kissing the cook
Forging furnishings: a new `iron age' of metal chairs and tables
RJR's tough CEO loses a round
Economic woes likely to sweep populist into Venezuelan presidency. Ex-leader P'erez known for oil-boom prosperity and independent style
US tries its hand at rating America's nursing homes. But critics say standards used must be improved
A spellbinding Albanian fairy tale
Empowering the little guy, nurturing democracy. This year marks a decade of economic reform in China. This story is part of an occasional series exa...
Americans' wariness about `big government'
Teen fiction: gore and gruel foster shallow self-esteem
Can schools afford music? Bet your bottom dollar
Will you please stop fighting?
Reminders from Quebec's quake
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Dear Sir and Madam:
The 28 oaks of Oak Alley. Every tree of this ancient enchanted forest still stands
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. A meditative heart in San Francisco
Start a family tradition - a rhinestone gift-book
Gorbachev and Shultz rub allies the wrong way
Good TV shows collide this weekend
No longer a golden elephant sitting on his head. Medieval scholar Peter Brown talks about his work and life as a MacArthur Fellow
Bhutto takes the helm in Pakistan. Glitch in relations with India is among problems facing new prime minister
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Hurdy-gurdy
Options narrow for any Israeli government but Labor-Likud
Merrills - an international game
Imperial presidency for Gorbachev. Soviet vote radically reforms power structure
A tangled history of knitting
Soviet end to radio jamming could speed arms talks
New discs confirm Blomstedt's conducting skills
News In Brief
World will have to tolerate deficit impasse a while longer
Megabillion buyout gives Wall Street pause
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Ambivalence
Country songs and tales from a balladeer