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Monitor Archive for March 10, 1988
Peking bureaucracy stifles progress on China's Hainan Island
East-bloc journalists press the limits of Soviet-style reforms
Jackson: convention kingmaker? His new strength could break a delegate stalemate between Dukakis and Gore
The evolution of the paper clip, and other mysteries
An Israeli's poignant report of life and animosity on the West Bank
Corporations take aim at the high cost of worker illiteracy
Few French draftees march to the drum of conscientious objection
Prenatal attack on women. Primal and ultimate discrimination against daughters: Amniocentesis is a uterine test that can be used to determine the se...
S. Korean radicals: lying low, rallying forces. Radical students in South Korea have grudgingly accepted presidential victory of Roh Tae Woo. Despit...
Super Tuesday delivers
Unto the third generation of the Third Reich
CBS to runaways: Don't do it!
Denying the news
What blossoms at the edge of dark?
Morality plays of Jerome Witkin
One Soviet's offensive. Fresh from Red Square he landed in US red tape; now he's fighting his way out
Arming US secret warriors: special forces run short of gear. Expansion of special units outpaces procurement
Michael Jackson keeps getting better all the time
A tale of (somewhat) innocents abroad. Political comedy set in Czechoslovakia
Something that lasts
For Robertson, Dixie dud. But his impact on the GOP can't be discounted
Getting things done
Paul Simon's long road ahead. Campaign's goal is to survive to Atlanta, his strategists say