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Monitor Archive for April 20, 1988
Home-grown aid group springs up in Africa. Kenyans sell development expertise to other Africans
Media and marketers discover Hispanic boom. Mickey Mouse and Avon lady become bilingual
The perennial 8-year-old at the big-leaguer's knee
Health is never lost
African runners dominate marathons, serve notice for Olympics
People-meter shock at the networks
Freedom of speech
Homelessness: one man's story
Network plans to liven up community cable TV
How ready is ready enough?
Israelis confront a nationalism that rivals their own. Recognition dawns that Palestinian uprising needs political solution
The Reagan Revolution: why it won't end after 1988
German court upholds principle of no deal with hostage-takers
Optimism at Chrysler-UAW talks. Negotiations began early to nip tension in the bud
Places of hope
Candidates aren't only ones spending big political bucks. Conservative and labor groups pour millions into their causes
He learned from grandmother, an old-fashioned Quaker cook. `I don't believe in the things professional cooks do'
Frank Robinson - the third time around the bases
Nicaraguan peace talks stall on crucial issues. Contras want political space, Managua insists on rebel disarmament
Iran election highlights shift in power within revolutionary elite. Coalition of wealthy seen being supplanted by lower classes
If Iran fired Silkworms, will US feel need to escalate?
Governor calls state key Pacific link. HAWAII'S GLOBAL ROLE
Religion loses to road building in high court. The US Supreme Court's decision overriding objections of Indian tribes to a California development pr...
TV's watching you. Now that remote controls and VCRs have made commercial-zapping easy, broadcasters are using a controversial high-tech device to f...