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Monitor Archive for December 28, 1988
Model says machismo comes from speaking out not lighting up
What will the new year bring? - don't ask!
India takes the initiative
Raphaelle Peale's triumph over trials. Artistic order survived sometimes chaotic life
Quebec clashes over sign language
China wrestles with student racial unrest. Resentment over privileges accorded foreigners also sparks protests in Nanking
Defense will be key in NFL playoffs
What happens now that Met's Crawford is on his way out? METROPOLITAN OPERA
An Armenian gift of fortitude
How to make English more fun for Japanese high school students. Young helpers from US bring lively talk to English classroom
the comic book grows up. graphic novels: not just kid stuff
Deficit overshadows social issues in '89
New Year's food resolution: Start the year off with...snails?
Why NATO doesn't have to respond to Gorbachev's cutback
US-Greek ties are roiled by handling of terrorism case. US demands extradition of alleged aircraft bomber
Support for the Monitor. Editor's note: Many readers have responded with support and concern about recent staff changes at the Monitor. We are pleas...
News In Brief
In Afghanistan, drug trade is blooming. Heroin production in Asia's `golden crescent' worries drug officials
Chicago church spruces up down-and-out neighborhood. In many cities, run-down communities are getting facelifts. One Chicago program's rehabilitatio...
`Scrooged' is among the latest movies retelling a Dickens story
East Europeans find a path back to national identity
Japan premier picks tried hands. New Cabinet choices reflect sensitivity to financial scandal and foreign tensions
`Reregulation' needs a deft touch
The School of Athens
Climbing out of holiday credit hole. Fading tax break adds to cost of debt
Tremors that should be felt in Washington
Panel backs special school for Indians in Twin Cities
Arthur Ashe makes a case for the most significant black athlete in history: Jack Johnson
Bush chief of staff Sununu: a Washington `outsider'
The divine message that heals
A melt-in-the-mouth meal. Christmas leftovers
Gorbachev vulnerable? Time to look again