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Monitor Archive for May 24, 1988
The high cost of long-term care. Congress is looking to restitch US patchwork of private, public aid
The Bush slump
Latin nations caught in Catch-22 over dollars for debt payment
Shoreham's sorry saga
Callers in Chicago suburbs start to get dial tones again. Fire shows vulnerability of high-tech nerve centers
Arab students welcome return to school. Reopening of classrooms shows Israel is confident calm will prevail
Dwight Gooden appears all the way back after troubled '87 season
Thatcher takes action to clean up British TV
Soviets hanker for piece of economic action in the Pacific
Department lawyers face-off in Justice v. Justice case. EMPLOYEE TESTING. The War On Drugs
Business starts to offer group coverage for long-term care
LOOK OUT, CHARLIE BROWN. How one man grew the Great Pumpkin
Food for work: controversial development tool for Africa
Two chapters in the life of a lawyer
Stopping grain dust explosions. The dust that forms from the grain being stored can make a grain elevator explode. An application of edible `white o...
Despite high yen, Japan's electronics sales soar
A call for objectivity and wisdom in a complex chemical age
Self-portrait: mirror of the soul
Hungary's Pozsgay: a wild card on the new Politburo
Away for the weekend. Weekend `mini-vacations' are becoming a choice for business people, families, and couples without children. Hotels and travel...
Freedom from the push of a hurried life
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Will the US become a 3rd-rate space power?
Congress, Pentagon dispute armed forces' role in drug fight. MILITARY INTERDICTION. The War On Drugs
Panama opposition sidelined. US policy and Noriega tactics undermine opponents
A new `d'etente' for the 1980s. Soviets and Americans are now engaged on wider range of issues
Yugo revs to beat image of the little car that couldn't. Low price offset by weak performance
How you can grow the Great Pumpkin