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Monitor Archive for June 6, 1988
CHEERING YOUR KIDS ON. The real home team: sports can nurture good family relationships
France, Canada to start talking cod
Spate of attacks: How many are Abu Nidal's?
On stage in London
A rally: Is bear market sprouting horns?
Using bugs to build better bags and bottles
French socialism embraces capitalism. Mitterrand shifts country toward center
Reagan in the Guild Hall
CHEERING YOUR KIDS ON. Parents play essential role in success and happiness of their children in sports
Jackson - time to regroup
A courtroom is not where this Portia is most successful. Kelly McGillis, Brian Bedford star in fast-paced `Merchant'
A key slowly turns in the deadlocked talks
Black unions raise stakes in their struggle with Pretoria
Belfast's wasteland begins to bloom
Dukakis shuns `entangling allies'. From the snowfields of New Hampshire to the beaches of California, the primary season has been a long, hard slog....
Reagan's post-summit address
California ballot initiatives have potential to spread nationwide. Heavy voter turnout is not expected in California - which puts some weighty issue...
Publishing all the computer news that's fit to print
Will the Iron Curtain open? East Europeans weigh implications of summit, speculate about decreased Soviet influence and more trade with West
A new design for Soviet society. Dartmouth conferees probe the realities of perestroika and glasnost
Tale of obsessions set in Victorian Australia
Literature's debt to the language and intent of the Bible
New Jersey makes no promises for November. In a state that likes both parties, primary is a chance to gather forces
Spotlight on Moscow's seamy side
How New York theater looks from Tonys' headquarters
Learn to toddle and skip: creative play and practice
Even the pomp at summit signaled significant change. Despite the lack of major agreements, observers say the summit helped consolidate a more stable...
`Invisible' Indian colleges. Buildings aren't fancy, money is a problem, but reservation schools offer the only possibility of higher education for...
Seeds of diplomacy
Cool it with those `trial heats'
Building boom bottles up traffic in Boston. Office and hotel space multiplies; some relief for traffic clogs coming
Drug abusers are targeted because of key role in spread of the virus. CONTROLLING AIDS
Klee's wit and humor make friends for modern art. Works usually rely on some imagination on viewer's part
No. 2 in Kremlin denies growing resistance to reform
Never without home
Willie Wilson's feats at bat, in field, on bases not fully appreciated
Abu Nidal terrorist group appears to be back in the act