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Monitor Archive for April 26, 1988
Speculation heats up on vice-president slot - who and what role? Jackson going only for No. 1, an adviser says
Small wooden boats make waves again. 19th-century designs and skills are being rediscovered by today's craftsmen
Speculation heats up on vice-president slot - who and what role? Expanded No. 2 job suggested to entice Sen. Nunn to ticket
Commodities boom could spark Australian economic `miracle'
Stumping amid the seaweed sellers. S. Korea politician runs grass-roots campaign for legislature
New Jersey finally bedeviling opponents with Burke in goal
Quebec-Windsor car phone `highway' keeps Canadians talking
The Democrats still long for Mario
Civil rights reassessment. Court will look at key 1976 discrimination ruling; some fear weakened law may result. SUPREME COURT
Riots and hostages: French face test over New Caledonia self-rule
Arguments heard on special prosecutor law. SUPREME COURT
UN Afghan relief team has task cut out for it. Task force seeks to aid refugees without taking sides in bitter conflict
An encyclopedic look at science as a process
Strong right-wing finish may signal French shift from political consensus to ideological splits. THE POINT OF LE PEN
Fundamentalism and the West Bank's Beita affair
Holding the FAA to account: politics can be a help
In pursuit of a legend: Stacy Keach's role as Hemingway. Admiration, lots of homework went into actor's preparation
Jackson and the mosaic of US politics
LOCKED UP MOTHERS
Homemakers hold families together. N.Y.C. sends corps of helpers to assist families with basics
New drug strategy focuses on cartels. President expected to OK plan to devote 80 percent of effort to catching big buyers, sellers
Kentucky understands you may want to pet a horse. A park is provided for those who would have sought a farm
Iraq's swift, stunning victory. The Iraqi blitz at Faw caught Iran and Western diplomats by surpise. A battlefield report reveals even Baghdad was a...
A modern Noah's ark for rare plants
PIAZZA SAN MARCO: `The most beautiful drawing room in Europe'
West German military officers signal distress over budget cuts