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Monitor Archive for May 3, 1988

Rodin in the rough. The sculptor's works in progress dwell in rural seclusion amid the hard-hewn beauty of the Columbia Gorge
China's dinosaur discoveries on display. Seattle exhibition includes species new to West
`Our chairman says ...': when corporate PR people make up quotes
A path through the pueblos. New Mexico travel notes
Birds blow whistles on garden pests. Safe bug killers
TRAVEL BRIEFS
A way out for New Caledonia? Violence is growing in New Caledonia as native islanders seek independence and the territory's European settlers and Fr...
From top of job-finding heap, Briton still sees room to climb
The right stuff in Hawaii
`Prior restraint' dealt glancing blow by the US Supreme Court. PRESS WINS A ROUND
Lessons from Old Masters
FOUR FOR THE FANTASY FICTION SHELF
Baltimore's fascinating losers
Act your agelessness
Getting control of guns. Maryland law creates board to evaluate guns
Recycling mill - test case for Dukakis
Streets of dawn
Room and board for the garden help
Why ratifying the INF Treaty really matters
Baseball broadcasting traced from its dots-and-dashes origins
Circuslike Warhol auction may play a useful role after all. Visitors came to gawk and to purchase items from one of the most astonishingly eclectic...
World scientists post climate notes on an electronic `bulletin board'
`Neither black nor white'. Brazil debates presence of bias in its `racial democracy'
An automotive tale of two cities