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Monitor Archive for June 17, 1988
Filling the school `values vacuum'. A Stanford educator urges smaller schools and close teacher ties
Fermi and Stanford labs ready powerful new particle colliders. New advances forecast in high-energy physics
GOP tries to regain leadership on drug fight. In the fight against drugs, public confidence is shifting to the Democrats. With a new antidrug bill,...
Congress delays OK of big atom smasher
Why the routineness of change in Soviet Union is exciting
Kan's China tour previewed
Austrian banker wants to end patronage in state-owned business. Shift in mood reflects economic needs, closer ties to Europe
Growing new, not old
Donors debate as debtors wait. Despite evidence of `new' Japan, Takeshita will likely be asked for more aid
Margaret, whatever have you done to your hair?
PERU'S DIM PATH. Guerrillas' bold tactics test limits of democracy
Charges of fraud fly in the Tawana Brawley case
Looking for a family of equals
The Barbara Walters of China. Yue-Sai Kan, seen weekly by millions of Chinese, has US TV special too
Little shop of sawers. Tool store shows that nothing's ever too old to be useful
Three novels: turbulent times and touching, tangled lives
Congress at a crossroads. Lawmakers face larger workloads and sharper confrontations as their roles evolve
A grand old golf course. They call it, with pride, The Country Club - because there any others in America when this facility was built, in 1882. On...
Nature's outdoor zoo
Environmental sweetener, or no more `Maine Ho!'
Barber's `Vanessa' - an opera that should be staged more often. St. Louis Opera Theatre also presents a rather tepid `Boh`eme'
Jane Fonda regrets `hurt' caused by Vietnam deeds
Donors debate as debtors wait. Burdened Africans look for a reprieve