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Monitor Archive for March 29, 1988

Sowing seeds of soil conservation
Soil erosion's side effects and long-term costs
Put away the paddle
S. Africa thumps Botswana; cites insurgents as target. CROSS-BORDER STRIKE
Cal Ripken Sr. is first to manage two of his sons in major leagues
Can the Fed hold the lid on interest rates? INFLATION FEARS
Jackson: now a close look
A rowboat for our times
An American senator's return to Israel
Easter in Kiev. With the Russian Orthodox Church marking its 1,000th anniversary this year, a travel writer recalls an Easter visit to an ancient mo...
Says who?
China tightens its bureaucratic belt. Trying to enliven its economy, Peking will trim the ranks of its oversized state bureaucracy. Some 10,000 jobs...
Copper shortage puts strain on construction, plumbing industries
Narrow focus fells Gephardt. AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR
New concern over added trace gases in the atmosphere
Soviet composers turn inner faith into musical form at Boston festival
Whale Watch
A SPIRE FOR NEW SWEDEN. `Yankee' steeplejacks help a Texas prairie church celebrate its roots
Congress tailoring massive trade bill to avoid Reagan veto. Long-awaited measure seeks to reverse trend of big overseas deficits
In search of sweeter Brussels sprouts. Key is timing harvest to the first frost
Shultz's Mideast peace plan - the timing is right
Financial service giants pump up for next turf battle in Congress