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Monitor Archive for March 30, 1988
Trouble at the helm of Justice. Reynolds, of civil rights division, gains power
Magnificent men and their flying machine to relive Greek myth
If your best friend can't tell you
Carmakers may switch to plug-in components
TOSHIBA - ON ITS BEST BEHAVIOR
Latvian poetry - preserving lifelines to cultural identity
For sheer thrills, Telluride's sheer descents are something special
In case you don't like ham for Easter...Ethnic dishes make inroads on territory of traditional ham
Bert Lance challenges widely held views about Jackson. INTERVIEW
Americans' joint venture with Japan
Russian ballerina dances and is honored in Boston festival
The hub of home
Fallout from Saudi missiles. Bought as deterrent, they could invite attack
Japan curbs sale of illegal technology to Soviet bloc. (additional headline on inside page is: JAPAN INC. TREADS CAREFULLY. High-tech exports to Eas...
Teaching math, learning art
Yugoslav newspapers pack a punch. Brash new generation of journalists is testing limits of press freedom
Recent turmoil prompts renewed cries for `China out of Tibet'. Tibetans across US fear their `identity will pass into history'
Poems that break the silence of the night
GOP lawmakers seek to develop `better government' image
US and Japan build a deal on construction trade
Though out of race, Dole still hopes to expand GOP
New chapter in Wilson saga of black life. Explores struggle of post-Civil War migrants in North
Black churches at cutting edge of South Africa's conflict
Confessions of a failed teacher
Court rules states can't seize convicts' pension funds. Policies of five states affected by decision
Will the Hong Kong agreement work?
YEASTY EASTER. Festive breads for the holiday that are quicker and easier