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Monitor Archive for May 2, 1988

If Turks will not listen, yell at Moscow
Reform politics overlooks the importance of learning styles
Is Wall Street too fretful about inflation?
Ethics programs: foundations find few takers for funds
Liljefors: Swedish painter who depicted animals as individuals
Boston and Edmonton skating up a hockey storm in playoffs. Bruins beat nemesis Montreal; Gretzky's play sparks Oilers
Biedermeier: one chair is worth 100 paintings
Wanted: rights for animals. Volunteers support cruelty-free treatment
Likelihood of pre-summit INF Treaty ratification shrinking
Pentagon softens its rhetoric in assessment of Soviet might
States' watchdogs sharpen teeth on big business. Attorneys general say federal regulators lack adequate bite
Kanaks make their case - with violence
But he followed me home. National Pet Week - May 1 to 7: pet ownership means commitment
Democrats find campaigning rough in conservative Indiana
`Invasion' of investors from overseas isn't as ominous as it sounds
Mamet treats `Uncle Vanya' with care. But production itself is a mixture of acting styles
Foes in southern Africa pushed to table on troop withdrawals
Black churches and US politics. Jackson benefits from network of religious support
Vanunu: confined to a cell for doing `a citizen's duty'
Zimbabwe's ex-combatants test new models for education
How to succeed in music with really trying
Love: fantasy or reality?
Old melodies, new listeners
CLASSICAL
Branson: just another '60s dreamer?
School reform - still crucial
Flush Japanese buyers ignite Hawaii's housing market. Political debate on rising costs, taxes is cooling, though
The roaring debate on US school reform
All students need an education with a high academic standard
Baby grand piano in the den - spring
`Tokyo Pop' splits allegiance between East and West
Europe: pulling its weight in the Gulf? Allies play tactical, political role, dividing up tasks with US Navy