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Monitor Archive for July 13, 1988
Will Thornburgh's experience make him more than a caretaker? A NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL
Gender crossfire over sports job. EXPERIENCE VS. STARDOM
Iraq adds to string of victories. IRAN'S FALTERING FORCES
...in concert. [ cf. Singing Verdi's `Requiem'...]
Atlanta: The South's new-old city. The scene of next week's Democratic convention has been in a constant state of rebuilding and renewal since the C...
Conductor Schwarz: on the way to unity, less is better. MOSTLY MOZART KICKS OFF 10TH SEASON
SCIENCE FICTION SHELF
Will the new Afghanistan be pro-US?
`Thy will be done'
Deciding quickly, for balance
The struggle for South Africa's cities. Tough new laws to control black squatters make old rules `look tame'
Kidney? You're kidding! Underused meat deserves a second chance
Defense industry ethics draw fire
Singing Verdi's `Requiem'...[ cf. ...in concert ]
COSMIC VISIONS. Seeing theory in its natural beauty
Stocks climbing into turbulence?
How consumers can win in credit card battle
A cup of cold water, mate? Australian scientists develop methods for harvesting icebergs
Japanese jazz man shoots for US stardom. He wrote music for and appeared in `The Last Emperor'
Tuna fish: from cracker spread to casserole creation
Dukakis picks a guide to Capitol Hill
Nigeria plans to put more enterprises into private hands
Encore for a superb 1962 suspense film
Seizing the moment in Indochina
Dukakis's Texas strategy. Bentsen choice shows Democrats not conceding the South
Debunking the anomalies - and advocates - of the paranormal
VIDEOSCAN. A selection of new releases for sale or rental