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Monitor Archive for June 21, 1988
Getting the bugs out without putting chemicals in
How Yankee businessmen sparked Mexico's 1910 revolution
US watches fluid events in Haiti. Washington waits to see how democratic Namphy will be
Illustrated cyclamen book coming this summer
Summit leaders see results of deeper cooperation. Debt relief deal tops efforts for sounder world economic policies
How to avoid French fines: it's in timing. Count on post-election parking `amnesty'
Club doors pushed open a bit more for women. SUPREME COURT
Computers in the workplace
Cyclamens. Shuttlecock flowers in Victorian shades, with heart leaves
After slow start, Giants are coming on; reasons Red Sox sag
Man-made climate changes: alarms need worldwide response
Dead end or new view?
Corporate art goes beyond pretty walls. Bold programs try to spark creativity
W. Bank loses allure as Israeli `frontier'. Arab unrest stalls influx of settlers
D'Amato straddles `pothole' politics and national agenda. Senator known for getting the `bacon' is gaining stature on drugs, housing
Baseball and pizza pie: a success story
Filming `A World Apart'. Family drama intertwined with anti-apartheid fight
Small share of US `star wars' contracts roils Europe
Shopping malls peril Civil War sites. BATTLEFIELDS UNDER SIEGE
Oil reignites boundary disputes among Yemens, Saudi Arabia
US, Japan shake hands on beef and citrus pact. OPENING THE DOOR
The war that won't fade away. Is the US dawdling over the Gulf?
New racing rules will shape family cars
Slash air costs by traveling as a courier. `Working vacation' takes on a special meaning for air passengers who save money by escorting business car...
A `Great Gatsby' kind of game