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Monitor Archive for April 4, 1988
Dukakis runs hard to put more fire in his Wisconsin campaign
Signs of a way out of the Angola-Namibia quagmire. Quick action by S. Africa, Angola needed for a solution
Early action takes the wait out of applying to college. Early-decision candidates apply to colleges in late fall. Schools then either send an accept...
Eyes full of joy
HOME RUNS WITH WORDS. Parents can use word games to turn children on to writing
As jobless level drops, economists talk of pressure on inflation
Clues from C'ezanne's pencil. Drawings indicate why the great French artist painted as he did
Old friends and small family wisdoms
The great Americanism
Tumult at Justice takes its toll. Career bureaucrats steer daily tasks, but new probes, initiatives left waiting
Sooners-Jayhawks in all-Big Eight final for NCAA basketball title
Writing about other cultures - more literature than science
Candor in public discourse
Big Board's leader looks at - leadership
PBS allows time for penetrating views of Japan
Chicago helps its homeless beat their no-shoes blues
Bolshoi's `Seagull' turns Chekhov into ballet. `MAKING MUSIC TOGETHER'
Fur flies over wild animal trapping. Canada's fur industry counterattacks efforts by animal rights groups
Familiar faces on new teams as baseball season begins. It's a big day in sports, with the major league baseball season opening (see below), while Ka...
All roads led Mondrian to little red rectangles
The Ayatollah urges faithful to fight the world's injustice. AUDIENCE WITH THE IMAM
Afghan guerrillas vow to resist any Soviet hold on northern region
Nip in the ZIP: Will public service sink as postal rates rise?
As Soviet Afghan pullout nears, Asian rivals bid for US favor. India and Pakistan welcome US defense chief with high hopes
`Domeball' - the thing that ate Tokyo baseball