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Monitor Archive for March 22, 1988
`Forbidden Broadway' kids big hits and stars
Robert rules the roost
The dangers of `gringo diplomacy' in Panama ... [ cf. ... and of ignoring Dr. Esquivel's advice ]
Birders, bogs, and bathwater
A lesson we keep on learning
Recordings capture Cleveland Orchestra and conductors in top form
Shipbuilders vie for Canada's $8 billion submarine contract
Behind the impressive data on jobs, some hidden problems
Gunplay in courtrooms prompts safeguards. SAFETY IN US COURTS
Racing to replace useful chemicals that attack ozone
They drink the night. An occasional feature in which poets comment on their poems.
Ortega's role models
Life now sings a sweeter song for Sweet Baby James. TAYLOR'S TURNING POINT
Wetlands that take waste out of water. Sewage-treatment ponds purify effluent and create a habitat for wildlife
Bearish on America: Are pessimists missing a turnaround?
Dukakis unable to break away. Like Democratic rivals, he hasn't widened constituency
Soviet aid to Kabul is knot for superpower statesmen to untangle
Oil prices cool off despite heated fighting in Gulf war
US arms exports show sharp decline. Fierce competition for a shrinking market cuts into sales
`We are the living Constitution'. Making sure `people without power' get their day in court, says public defender Stephanie Page, protects everyone....
Where to find the world's 10 best budget hotels
A samurai of the new tradition. US boxer sends Japan spinning with admiration
El Salvador government reels from rightist blow
Treasure or not
Stalking the rare wildflower. Couple roams world to find unusual seeds for international customers