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Monitor Archive for February 25, 1988
It started with a cardboard box . . . Craft co-op is more than a business
Egypt bitter and skeptical about US role in Mideast
A budget-driven defense
Ugandans make economic strides despite insurgencies. Two years under Yoweri Museveni's rule have given many Ugandans hope for a secure future. But r...
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In Uruguay, public vote may decide military amnesty
The photomontages of Scott Mutter
In Arab port, Iranian dhows unload rugs, dates, and draft dodgers
When a balloon becomes a magnet. Young students delight in hands-on experiments with the `Backyard Scientist'
Canada is looking for a few good women - to take on combat roles
Impressionistic canvas of American dreamers, lovers, and losers
Daydreaming about what might have been?
Middle-class Mexicans go north. As jobs disappear, many join ranks of illegals in US
Parties vie for South's `swing voters'
Trend spotters shun over-crunched numbers; they watch what people do
Handsome `Siegfried' enters Met's `Ring' cycle. Schenk: a director good at storytelling
Amnesty countdown: hard to tell if program is working
Scenic beauty, hospitality impress Calgary Olympic visitors. High winds that disrupted events also among most vivid memories
Why reform moves slowly in Bulgaria. Hints of weakening communist control put brakes on perestroika
Echoes of voices long silent - black women writers rediscovered
When budget deficits loom, who you gonna call?
NBC sets up another household of charming children. `Day by Day' brushes by some doubtful premises