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Monitor Archive for May 25, 1988
GORILLA WARFARE. In the dense cover of Rwanda's mile-high forests, a quiet battle is being waged to save the magnificent mountain gorilla, whose onl...
Moscow tug of war
Grosz: treading thin ice
Reagan insists he wants a trade bill despite veto. Democrats see plant-closing clause a sure vote-getter in fall contest
Term insurance makes comeback
Rex and I stepped up to the forge
`Romeo' in Shakespeare marathon. Balcony easier to reach than dramatic heights
Meese makes his case before conservatives
Troubled lives of two gifted women writers
Liberalism and anticommunism
We all have a way with words
Dance class keeps phys-ed students on their toes
Jersey maps takeover of school district. Jersey City's chronic deficiencies test law on school standards
A fresh look at some stalemate play
Food donor policies seen stymying Ethiopian famine relief. Restrictions keep agencies from feeding millions in rebel areas
Menu of bilateral, regional issues awaits summiteers
Celtics add to their legend with dramatic comeback over Hawks
Soviet evening news comes to US TV screens. With the aid of translators, Discovery Channel will air news nightly during summit
Back-country cuisine from the bayous
The Reagan legacy at the Fed
Hungary's leadership changes may boost Gorbachev reforms. But East-bloc neighbors are cool to Budapest's political sweep
Possibilities or limitations?
Desert art: Ashcan School
Gandhi's plan to prevent another siege
US-Canada cargo barriers already free
Fewer nurses for fuller nursing homes
Moscow nights. From caviar to catfish: chef takes a ton of fish to Russia for summit
A path for revitalizing Latin democracies. Amid Latin America's lively black markets, a prominent Peruvian finds hope for a whole continent. Hernand...
`Omnibus' returns, packed with talent. Beverly Sills fills Alistair Cooke role