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Monitor Archive for June 23, 1988

TEENS: THEIR CONCERNS. New survey results show expectations of American teens
Hancock, Corea together again. Their benefit tour comes on heels of new albums
One black South African's journey from the classroom to the jail cell
Guatemala: free press bubble bursts. JOURNALISTS UNDER FIRE
Internal feud threatens to split West Germany's Green Party
It's time to end McCarthy-era curb on imported beliefs
Election comparisons: '60 vs. '88. A similar lineup, but a much different electoral process
Fast times at Jordan High: how quickly go the days of youth
Economics and spirituality
Japan steps out of the shadows at Toronto summit
SUMMER READS. Books for kids
Comic realism orbits successfully with cosmic surrealism
Harvard professor champions a bolder plan for welfare reform
India's Sikh extremists scramble to recoup mainstream support. Sikh terror campaign seen as effort to provoke Hindu backlash
Kazan quests for self-expression
Speechwriting for a president. Writer struggles with switch from familiar Reagan style to Bush
Modern music concerts show commitment to all tastes. More contemporary works heard in city than usual. NEW YORK FESTIVAL
Sharp division on death-penalty cases. SUPREME COURT
Wish you were here...
Clubs and gender bias
All-out effort carried Lakers past Pistons
China's peasants chafe at restraints. After reaping bounty of cash crops, farmers reluctant to grow food grains
North ordered to tell which secrets to reveal
Do military rites shave civil rights?
Houston teens tough on selves, determined to make it
Canadian politician cleared in insider-trading case
The message behind the `Massachusetts Miracle'
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