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Monitor Archive for March 9, 1988
Changing face of Arab unrest. As Palestinian uprising enters fourth month, violence spreads to all sectors of society
Self-reliance for survival in Africa. Peasant groups key to continent's future. In villages, thousands of innovative development groups are on the r...
Bad old days return to Guatemalan village. Killings and disappearances rise after brief respite
Daughter of Maui
A turnaround at the US Championship
`War of cities' hardens Iranian stance on Gulf war. Iraqi shelling brings vows from Tehran not to accept UN cease-fire
Today's cuts can be lean, light, and low cost
Parents, prayer...and more prayer!
At home in swift water
Assad: stuck in a political quagmire
Flight attendants see trouble in the skies. Two years after TWA strike, workers say discrimination persists
Militias cooperate on drug trade to pay for war - against each other. DRUGS IN LEBANON
Egypt as salesman, diplomat, and potential spoiler
Twins have hitting punch, but maybe not the pitching to repeat
Troubles cause mortgage insurers to tighten home-buying requirements
Seeing the mystery beyond history. Pelikan explains what Gibbon's theory of empire left out
Secret of 6-S success: trust
`America in decline' budding issue of election. Import gap and ingratitude of US allies, trade partners begin to grate
Civil rights march on ...
Superpower relations - forward steps for three years. There's been measurable progress across the board
He helped invent TV news. Doug Edwards chats about medium's history, promise
Taiwanese tentacles. Following Japan, Taiwan builds factories in US