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Monitor Archive for February 12, 1988
More to see in Alaska than coastline
Bangladesh election violence stokes flames of opposition. Foes insist that President step down, but he seems set to tough it out
Military labs test plastic billed as `armor' against lasers
Victoria Falls. One way to get there is by steam engine - chugging across the grasslands of Africa on a night brilliant with stars.
Flirting with February
A childhood memory, told in maturity. French director Louis Malle waited 25 years to approach `Au Revoir les enfants'
For seniors, leisure plus learning
The community web of crofting. Organization, government funds, and young people are bringing life to tenant farms
Numbers in New Hampshire
Stampede to Calgary
Just facts are not enough. Educators try to restore `depth' to classroom studies
Ethics act bites down. Nofziger conviction renews debate over `sleaze factor' in Reagan administration
PBS special argues democracy isn't working in Guatemala. Guatemala vies with Carol Burnett drama for viewers
`Voting next Tuesday?' `Yup.' `Saying who?' `Nope.' NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY
Wanted: someone willing to run against the Kennedy express
Democrats try to sharpen distinctions
Investing and the future
Alaska! Trips can combine bus, train, and cruise travel for an overview of the state
Plenty of oil, but much is in the wrong places
In $6 million art heist, the question is why. Only the unwary or unscrupulous will buy works like these
Fake fat could be dieter's delight, nutritionist's nemesis
Plaidy's Eleanor of Aquitaine: cardboard cutout, not cunning queen [BY]M. Melissa Pressley
On the tracks of Marco Polo. This train follows the route of the old Orient Express, then steams across the ancient Silk Road leading to remote town...
Pacific coast panoramas. Passengers relax aboard Amtrak train as three states' worth of beautiful scenery goes by
Aruba: for lovers of sand and sun
Burnett stars with daughter in tale of woman held hostage. Guatemala vies with Carol Burnett drama for viewers
Atlanta designer rings down the curtain on minimalism