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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1988
Afghans in US look homeward. Soviet pullout arouses hopes, wariness - no indifference
US housing policies in need of remodeling. All sides agree a solution demands public, private, and nonprofit input - but what is the best combinatio...
INVITATION TO A PROTEST. Handbills of the '60s and '70s
Lipizzan talent show. Hot ticket in Vienna: `dancing' white stallions display brilliant dressage of historic riding school
Little house that mirrors the big house
A tiny stage fit for a king
Treasures of old Maastricht. Having endured centuries of foreign sieges, this city stands a monument to a rich past
Exploring exotic Indonesia, a 10-year trek relived. Blair brothers chat about quest for unknown peoples and places
Government starts showing `zero tolerance' for drug possession. US seizes boats and vehicles found with any amount of dope
Slow boat on the G"ota
Test of high-speed `tilt' trains brings out the pols and press
White House tales
US and Colombia mayors urge cooperation on drugs
Countries want to steer interest rates, but can't find a driver
Why 72,000 Bay Staters have no representative
Hungarians are seeking to avoid Polish pitfalls. Activists seek union rights - but slowly
Shrugs and `nyet' on US campaign trail
Exploring exotic Indonesia, a 10-year trek relived. Vivid images make TV series a genuine armchair adventure
W.S. Merwin and the poet's sacred grove
Japan's military spending. US seeks cost-sharing, aid to key countries
Daring Berkeley goes gourmet. University town gaining fame for hustling the latest in up-scale eateries
Theory of Knowledge. Two-year course helps international diploma candidates see learning in broader perspective
The Jefferses live in a hybrid house
Colombia's losing war with drug kings. After four bloody years, officials ask if it's time to talk, not fight
For all their huff, sanctions don't work
NAP TIME. Day care in Georgetown, Guyana, is vital but costly
A garden reaching for the sky
No end in sight for El Salvador's war, study reports
Visitors revel in Stockholm's light. Exploring Sweden's capital by foot
Whose side are you on?
Incumbents sit pretty in Congress. THE POWER OF MONEY
Timely tips for the proud owners of a new bundle
Could the elephant be fake?
Improved Pirates are handiwork of general manager Syd Thrift
Soviet battles come out in the open. Gorbachev may be too busy to entertain guests bearing no gifts
Safety problems in chemical weapons research
Flags over oatmeal
New showplace for Asian art. Peabody Museum of Salem, Mass., opens its Asian export art wing, designed to display useful and decorative objects coll...