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Monitor Archive for March 23, 1988
Congress may stifle tax-free loan sales pitch for life insurance
Veteran Swedish actor ventures onto US stage. Josephson appearing in `The Cherry Orchard'
In the czars' shadow
The World Bank and the world's poor. Is `trickle down' still the best policy?
South Africa closes popular black newspaper
Don't write off inner-city schools
Will civil rights stand come back to haunt Bush campaign? VETO OVERRIDE
LAND OF PLANTAIN PLENTY. `Cooking banana' is a traditional main-dish staple in colonial Santo Domingo
The mortgage interest deduction: loophole or noose?
Like to `graze'? Say hola to a tempting tapa meal
The triumph of true tone. Slonimsky missed fame but lived a life worth noting
US looks at Chile as the next place to promote democracy
Dissolving barriers to achievement
Soviet artist Bashmet makes whole new instrument out of the viola
The starchy, not sweet, always-cooked fruit
Contra aid issue bounces back onto the congressional agenda. Conservatives push proposals including military equipment
Noriega bids for region's support. But offer of `Panamanian solution' finds few takers in Latin America
Puccini wouldn't recognize it. `M. Butterfly' brings a Chinese spy tale to stage