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Monitor Archive for July 1, 1988
Angolan rivals vie for US ear. Government and rebels make their cases in Washington
SCIENCE FICTION, FACT, AND FABLE
Bush starts to emerge from Dukakis's dust. Gallup poll has vice-president trailing by just five points, narrowed from 14
New arms control director has influence in a quiet sort of way. His specialty is arms talks - not bureaucratic cat-and-mouse games
Record US foreign debt will mean belt tightening in the 1990s. Though the situation is severe, it is nothing like Latin debt picture
Cool candidates - hot summer
Protecting Cape Cod from explosive growth
Soviet `Commissar' in US. A Soviet film recently released after 20 years is hailed as a political event as well as a cultural breakthrough. It is al...
At last, a TV showcase for independent films
In the beginning was Aesop. Bookman's holiday
Shirley Plantation: 212 July 4ths. Descendents of original family celebrate again
From dropout to drop-in. Two Kentucky counties turn the tables on illiteracy with an adult education program that goes to where the students are
Burma: chaos and chicanery
A decades-long overnight success story. Interview with William Kennedy
From televisions to telephones, Europe moves toward unity
Two views of Angola's problems
Iranian morale sinks in the marshes. Iraqi win recovers oil as well as territory
M.F.K. Fisher: on the art of golden words and memorable meals. FOOD PROSE
Buchanan: Peck's bad boy of the Right
Thinking about the environment
Totems, masks, and a carved bird that soars. Northwest Indian heritage
Congress debates giving banks greater powers to deal in securities
Dubliners sparkle in a lackluster parade of visiting theater troupes. N.Y. ARTS FESTIVAL
Navratilova gains Wimbledon final; men's competition heats up
A place in the world
Goodbye, history Hello, light romance. PRIME-TIME HISTORY
Half in love with advertising - but is it art?
Dumping on Africa: West exports its industrial wastes
Beating around the bushes. In the minor leagues
On freeing the serfs ... again. Gorbachev wills, but will today's workers follow?
Party Politics. Two-hundred years ago on July Fourth, Philadelphia threw a big bash to honor the ratification of the Constitution; but the parade pl...
Poem to accompany a glass insulator