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Monitor Archive for May 20, 1988
County government - no longer needed
Lessons learned from 37 lives lost in Gulf. US says Stark attack led to measures that saved mine-damaged warship
Following the adventures of a down-to-earth angel
Defense secretary warns against isolationism in US
How we manage the law in Friendship
Prizewinning domestic drama earns a New York production
Say yes to drugs?
Gorbachev's reforms enter critical phase
Freedom to accept God's gift
McLaren team dominating 1988 Grand Prix auto racing circuit. Prost, Senna parlay contrasting driving styles to three victories
Dublin stakes out role in financial services. Custom House center already has 31 companies; drawing young Irish
THOROUGHLY MODERN CONVENIENCES
A word on the limitations of polling
Changing Capitol's Simon Legree image
Soviets and East bloc face reform struggle. Gorbachev's reforms are headed for trouble at next month's party conference, the first in 47 years. Hung...
Craft - or art? It was both in `The American Craft at the Armory' show
Smart companies beat raiders in search for hidden assets
Pressure mounts in Hungary for changing of the guard
The archbishop practices divestiture - on college degrees
New Hungarian clubs push limits of reform
With jobs in mind, energy belt talks up natural gas. If only there weren't a glut on the market
Soviets open up on Afghanistan
The man who wouldn't leave
When school is a zoo. Student zoo keepers gain experience in addition to degrees
HIGH-STYLE IN COLUMBUS, IND. A town designed by the best
The power of myth. In his new 6-part series, Bill Moyers chats with a compelling thinker who persuasively links modern themes to remote times and pl...
A little money, an eager eye, and some elbow grease. Co-op sponsors do-it-yourself home-repair class
Power plays in the corridors of culture
Long-quiet Asian group starts to mobilize. FILIPINO-AMERICANS