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Monitor Archive for April 25, 1988
Los Angeles seeks new ways to handle gangs. After mass arrests, city focuses on social ills
A glimpse of life in the `global village'
BREAKING BARRIERS. The blind lead the blind toward fuller citizenship
Don't jump into designer genes
A new genie emerging
Paul Taylor's `Brandenburgs' tests conventional ballet form
After confrontation with Iran, US weighs wider role in the Gulf. Pentagon considers using Coast Guard vessels for patrols
A garden party with Chagall
A night in jail with friend
Vietnam asks West for food
Star no longer shines on Ramadan nights. Egyptian fundamentalists keep belly dancer off TV during holy month
Commitment to community and opportunity. Julia Taylor, national Minority Business Advocate of the Year, runs a bank for people, but still makes money
Uneasy investors scrutinize candidates
Soaring Brahms, sinking `Tosca,' veering Beethoven
Calderon swings power bat in Chicago; balk calls slowing up game
Mozambique rebels deny charges of civilian abuses. WAR ATROCITIES
Dukakis goes for delegates
Progress for the blind: it's a slow revolution
As arms progress slows, Reagan seeks to shift focus of summit
Every Easter, von Karajan gets a new toy
Row over role in NATO prompts snap election in Denmark
Can survival of our planet be assumed? Political, religious leaders gather to mull man's global obligations
Rivers's strong women try too hard to be like men
Artists and writers show their appreciation of baseball
Does God collaborate with `lady luck'?
Time to stop `ally-bashing'