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Monitor Archive for June 3, 1988
German writer's novel fuses the fantastic and the familiar
Images that shape the nuclear debate
Media-savvy Congress turns to TV
Religious freedom debated in Japan. Court ruling a blow to rights, some say
The week the market fell
Showdown on futures trading. Even SEC split on its idea to enter commodities turf
Program helps students see writing as a process
How can I be more unselfish?
Democrats brim with ... uncertainty. CALIFORNIA SURVEY
GOP maps strategy to win House in '90s
Shultz's challenge: Where the Mideast players stand
A lift of tile and granite. Couple takes command in kitchen revamp
`Do I hear $200? Sold!' - but appraise your valuables first
Cable TV tests a quasi-judicial role. Unofficial probe, to be aired in Britain and US, attempts to determine Waldheim's culpability in World War II
Willie, Mickey, and the Duke in same outfield? It might have been!
Journey to a time and world that have disappeared. Tibetan expedition in 1940
Dream project: cathedrals in charcoal
Animal House meets 007: Caltech calls it Ditch Day
Blacks find less and less justice in South African courts
Classical roots and cultural politics. The next far-in book?
The original `nonfiction novel'. Rereading `Robinson Crusoe'
Close-ups of America - from fads to heroes. Microhistory
English Shakespeare Company makes marathon US debut. `War of the Roses' cycle staged at Chicago festival
Schools of thought on education in US. Cremin comes full circle
Beware the `new creationism'
REGULATING BIOTECH: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? Biotechnology may seem at first like a scientific panacea. But there is another side. Theologians and schola...
Memoir and myth: remembering the way it was in the '60s. Living on the edge
What we have here is a greeting
Antinuclear arguments in the aftermath of Chernobyl
Battered oil regions pin modest hopes on OPEC
REGULATING BIOTECH: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? CONCERN GROWS THAT TINKERING WITH ANIMAL GENETICS WILL ERODE SANCTITY OF LIFE
New superpower d'etente is more than a flash in the camera