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Monitor Archive for April 19, 1988
The selling of `Murder, She Wrote'
Ship attacks reflect Iran's frustration, US resolve. GULF REVERBERATIONS
Blue Jays seek to gain respect, shed perennial bridesmaid role
Simmer down, Wall Street
Step back into colonial California at Rancho Los Alamitos. Adobe house, barn and garden exude flavor of 1800s
Afghan coalition seems remote. Resistance rejects notion of governing with communists
Dukakis, Gore, and the Jewish vote
Winner by a second
Calvino crystallizes the literary virtues
Researchers' crumpled cover extends growing season and deters pests. WHAT WOULD PETER RABBIT DO?
Israeli judges convict former auto worker of being `Ivan the Terrible'
This hijacking isn't quite like any other
Texas Air's cash losses prompt safety scrutiny. As money goes, so goes airline operation
Waldheim affair raises old specters in Yugoslavia
AIRPORT OWLS. Where man sees tarmac and terminals, arctic birds see tundra and home
State survives, but what about dream? As Israel enters its fifth decade, turmoil in the occupied lands has laid bare the country's deep divisions. A...
Contrasting pair of playlets
How US contra policy backfired in Honduras ...
Mixed views of Gore's pit-bull style. Some think he's throwing away vice-presidential chances
UN seeks Afghan-pact observers. But traditional peacekeepers eye the job warily
Wall Street's `junk-ies' mix takeovers and social issues
South Africans - white and black - largely ignore US election. They say the candidates range from ignorant to misguided to hostile on S. Africa's pr...
... and the costs of militarizing a close Latin ally
An '80s singer re-creating an era of classic pop songs. Feinstein wins large audiences with nostalgic style
GOBLETS OF SPRING. Considered treasures and traded for artwork in 1600s, colorful tulips still delight
Larry Speakes ventured beyond the `acceptable'
Thinkers of the world unite - and plan for 21st century
Continental Flight 20: diary of a day-long odyssey