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Monitor Archive for December 30, 1988
Bolivia has trouble polishing tin's luster
Cambodia can't be forgotten
West Virginians bursting with pride as football team shines
On stage: `Legs Diamond' makes it to Broadway. Raffish musical inspired by Hollywood gangster film
Experts see future in new bomb detector
Let's not fritter away this opportunity in the Middle East
New electronic keyboards: they're `like - wow!'
Staying free from infidelity
Who bombed Flight 103? Numerous groups have track record, ability, and motive
After 14 years, busing in Boston rolls to a stop
And now, back to our regularly scheduled lobsters
Lawmakers plot another pay hike try
As Western influence grows, Soviets lose favor with Vietnamese. OUT FROM SOVIET SHADOW
Amusing bits for wordy wits
Working your way toward the exit
News In Brief
Shamir: confident, stubborn hand at Israel's helm. His government will fall rather than talk to the PLO, inside observer predicts
Resolution and action
Ozone pact: obsolete before it starts? Ozone layer may be decaying faster than pact can protect it
Panel urges putting bases on the block. Commission seeks to end 10-year deadlock over closing unneeded sites
A tune that carries the day away
Credit where it's due: African women get chance at a better life
Chinatown bursts cultural seams. San Francisco's Chinatown is feeling an international crunch. Hong Kong developers are competing with Vietnamese im...
Making thrifts more thrifty
A call to arms
Desert worship. Cool sanctuary in the ancient, earthen mosques of Mali. In this drought-ridden country, there is not the usual ablution fountain at...
Black quarterbacks achieving higher profile
`Rain Man': Hoffman in monochrome role. Tom Cruise co-stars in comedy-drama hopefully started by five directors
`The best life - home and family'. So says a ceramist wife and mother, who lives and works happily in a far northern district of Luzon Island. A CRE...
Family planning and Brazil's floods
In a changing world, inexperience is an asset for new secretary of state. As trade becomes the key issue, Baker takes on job unencumbered by old, co...
Small Quebec town goes touristy; merchants love it, locals grumble. Designer boutiques, cable TV - and up-market prices come to Knowlton