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Monitor Archive for May 19, 1988
The INF Treaty: a survivable document
Honesty pays the best
Religious day care: rattle over funding
On the political roller coaster
Supremacists resurface in alleged threat to Jackson
State gaps in safety net for the poor. Standards for assistance can vary widely at the local level
Historical novel explores 19th-century Korean life
Senators urge reconciliation in Angolan civil war
There's an auto air bag in your future. Car company resistance to air bags has crumpled, and the impact-triggered devices will be featured on a numb...
How do you translate `cry uncle' into German?
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Laughing all the way to the bank
Dukakis rolls on in Oregon, leads Bush in recent polls
Learning the hard way how acoustics can differ
Breaking with Pretoria. White South Africans become foot soldiers for the army of the African National Congress
Children of a split community. Black parents in Estill, S.C., say they're concerned about the quality of education, not with integration - but in th...
Africa struggles to hold back desert. Small projects give hope but politics gets in the way of action
Connectors tie company into global profits. Its product may be mundane, but Molex's performance sparkles
Pasternak gets his due, finally
Avant-garde 'emigr'e director is back on the boards in Moscow. Yuri Lyubimov returns to Taganka Theater after five-year exile
Luring entrepreneurs Down Under. Australia causes stir in laying out welcome mat for business migrants
The homeless: down and out in the USSR
Setting up shop in Australia
Phone companies like proposed rules for long-distance rates. Hikes would be based on inflation, without limits on profits
What can we do?
Water caused desert, desert everywhere
A hands-on symbol of American-Soviet friendship takes shape
New faces at Italian Open nearly upstage tourney winner Lendl
Moscow's first ideological retreat
18-speed pursuit. Cops on bikes
The other stock market
Temple siege over, but no end in sight to Sikh unrest
`Carrie' pulls a disappearing act