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Monitor Archive for July 12, 1988
Arabs look away from US for arms. Congressional opposition leads Gulf nations to shop elsewhere
It's speedy, cut-rate, and confidential: justice in private courts
How Congress might help
Proposed arms deal tests US Gulf policy. Issues of American influence, Israeli security surround sale to Kuwait
Using chimpanzees for AIDS study. Conservationists worry research will endanger wild chimps
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Whale watch on the Rock. Researchers track mammoth mammals from an island outpost off Maine coast
Hiding the credit card, looking for bargains lets one family save
Ocean debris spoils summer at the beach
Go on, give them a raise
TV: Plodding through Poland
Don't accept the label!
The great powers recede
Gauguin: a prophet of modern art
Brazil's arms sales policy cannot stand forever
Integrating public housing. Boston takes a cautious, long-awaited first step
What not to do in the garden after HAIL
Canada's drought hits farmers, Great Lakes shippers. US ships keep up business by carrying more ore
Case spotlights alleged loophole in campaign-finance law. Federal agency appeals ruling on post-election contributions
Canada's drought hits farmers, Great Lakes shippers. Enough grain to fill export orders - for now
Cambodian city strives to reclaim heritage of pre-war years. Kompong Cham slowly restores its economic and cultural renown
US Afghan policy: mired in success? It's time for US policy in Aghanistan to shift gears, say diplomats and relief officials in the region. Preoccup...
Time to cool global greenhouse
A dollar saved. Americans have been spending more and saving less, putting a strain on their budgets - and the US economy
Host nation's Faldo and Lyle are among top British Open choices
The only vote that counts. In the Electoral College, Michael Dukakis appears to have a slim lead over George Bush. But many electoral votes remain u...
Stephen Foster festival: The sun shines bright on Bardstown