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Monitor Archive for April 7, 1988
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Gambling 101 - a loser of a course. Betting on professional and college team sports is nothing new, but it may have become a serious addiction among...
`Boys will be boys' ... but they can be responsible, too. Pilot program aims to lower pregnancy rate among black teens
On from Wisconsin
Hijackers appear set for prolonged negotiation
Islamic radicals again target Kuwait over jailed brethren. The imprisonment of 17 convicted terrorists in a Kuwaiti jail continues to spawn violent...
Jackson's lure: the gift of oratory
Tibetan leader speaks gently, but carries a big message
The Highland connection with native America. A Scottish poet finds cultural links in history and language between Gaels and American Indians
Seeing challenges in a new light
`Taxpayers' Bill of Rights' would put IRS on shorter leash
Nicaragua: rhyming winds and tropic skies
More choice theater roles seen going to minorities. Franchelle Dorn's experience, while not wholly trouble-free, reflects improved opportunities
Panama opposition criticizes US role. Noriega foes want more US action, but disagree on specifics
Americans don't see `sleaze' as top issue
Marching - and praying - for a troubled city. Catholics and Protestants in Belfast join hands in a walk for peace
The economy's mixed signals
Italy's `new' lira comes up against old political mess
`Boys will be boys' ... but they can be responsible, too. `I'm just beginning to proclaim real manhood'
Coalition strains arrive early this year in West Germany. At stake in squabble is nature of German conservatism
Paraguayan peasants battle for land. Land disputes in Paraguay are rising sharply. They signal new stridency on the part of landless peasants and fr...
Northern Ireland Protestants still say no to Anglo-Irish accord. But London, Dublin appear likely to renew agreement at year's end
A paddling Paul Revere. Canoeing the countryside to spread water warning
Ethiopia shaken by rebel gains. Aid agencies told to leave war zones amid troop buildup
Scouting the middle ground in Middle East's complex history
These wipers begin their refrain when the first rain is on the pane