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Monitor Archive for April 28, 1988
US bridges astride abyss of poor repair, few funds. OVER TROUBLED WATER
UN gives green light to Afghan observer force ... reluctantly
With new embassies, new horizons for US and Mongolia
Orioles' plight recalls early Mets - but there are differences
In Zimbabwe, some dreams come true. Post-independence bottom line is bright for many blacks. [ on zee page: Where black power wears a business suit....
Inmates prepare for `outside'. Texas frees prison beds, aids inmates with private help
For US flexibility on Panama
Arafat-Assad reconciliation: now for the sensitive issues
Wives of locked up husbands
Pianist Alfred Brendel leads a musical campaign for Schubert
Presidents learn it's what you say and how you say it
The bead lady and her beads. She holds parts of the world right in the palm of her hand
Light on little-known, turn-of-the-century Scandinavian painters
Artist to the core
What's in a (last) name?
Brazilians bring Las Vegas-type show to Broadway
`The kids at school said...'
A nation of law. ...to local community mediators. [ cf: From the country's highest court ... ]
Popular shades of beige
Cuban exiles in US are chilled by the thaw
Lessons from Chernobyl. Closed borders grow porous in the face of new technology
Soviet sugar shortage linked to deeper social malaise. `SUCCESSFUL' ANTI-ALCOHOL CAMPAIGN IN CRISIS