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Monitor Archive for December 23, 1988
Reason and the gun issue
Well hello, Holly
How to accept the high cost of driving: Saudis OK rise in gas price. What's good for the country is fine by me, they say of possible hike
An intimate look at John Lennon
When heaven and nature sing, Wales joins the chorus
Britain can make its own tanks, thanks. General Dynamics loses contest to build the new Challenger fleet
Debt and the world's children
A Mexican `miracle'. A grieving and impoverished family resolutely builds a lively business that restores the livelihood of an entire town
Gracious Evelynton. Since Civil War Ruffin estate has remained intact
Bush taps Sullivan for HHS and four other top officers
Dukakis hard at work crafting '90 budget, filling gaps in his cabinet
The ultimate Christmas wish-list
Spain stays on economic track. Historic labor strike barely budges government
Outspoken Soviet publication pushes for independence. Ogonyok says party management is milking profits, limiting its reach
Prime-time entertainment: sportspackaging Monday night football
As RICO charges loomed, Drexel sought cover in settlement
Brecker brothers head for more challenging sounds. No longer boxed in by fusion-funk style
High utility rates prompt some US cities to reassess electric service
`What Christmas means to me'
Gorbachev's reform vs. vested interests
Papandreou buys time amid political, economic scandals
The year the Soviets came in from the cold - into the `family of nations'
Last scene in Hamburg and other errands
Despite guilty plea, Drexel faces legal hurdles. Additional lawsuits and investigations could flow from firm's decision to avoid criminal trial
For now, a quieter world. Better superpower dealings, progress in regional conflicts offer prospects for more gains
Music makes the classroom sing
You can't help liking this dance troupe. Desrosiers's choreography generates excitement, but how long will success last?
Getting together this time of year
National Football League Playoff schedule
News In Brief
In Brazil, a government `by the people' takes root
Baseball on television has come a long way since primitive start in '39. Pioneer big league announcer recalls sharp contrast to today's modern techn...
US schools boost efforts to educate children about gun safety
Japan Inc. tries to clean up after `cleaning up,' but sleuths are alert
The tenderness that brought Joseph forward