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Monitor Archive for April 1, 1988
Modern nationalism's ancient foundations
Soviet political fishing in South Pacific may net more clout. Some fear military influence will follow economic agreements with island nations
A lament for roads not taken. Musings on South Africa
US-Iran split: how old friends became foes
Costa Rica coasts on wave of President's international acclaim. But critics say it's time Arias turned attention to domestic problems
Plans for a watercolor
Ed tech - computers in the classroom. Teachers, students have yet to tap the full possibilities of school computers
Iran enlists US help in treating victims of chemical attack
`He never reads anything for pleasure'
Amnesty gate opened wide. US urging illegal aliens to apply as deadline nears
American Jewish leader proposes Mideast compromise by all
Christian healing and the Mind of Christ
Send the missiles back
The gospel at work in angry Ulster. `After every Good Friday, there is an Easter Sunday'
`Letters Home From Vietnam'. Authentic mail gives TV show emotional impact
April fools and mad March hares
Families with no place to call home. In need of sheltering
Ed tech - computers in the classroom. Educational software powers innovative learning programs
Eyewitness accounts of Afghan atrocities
Berlin Wall to get a nip here, a tuck there. Wall's facelift signals an improvement in East-West relations
Playing for power in the `great game' of Afghanistan. A pawn in Soviet hands
Genscher - hero or villain? Dean of West's foreign ministers gives his answer. Hans-Dietrich Genscher, once reviled as a turncoat, today is West Ger...
Fighting crime and corruption with faith and force. Interview with Arlene Violet
Lobbyists struggle to polish their tarnished Bay State image
Golden anniversary NCAA tournament reaches climax this weekend
Protect your Picasso. Art, antiques, other valuables may need own insurance policy
Politics and the lost art of art. The life of the politician turns in on itself, consumed with the business of power, and isolated from the mainstre...