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Monitor Archive for July 15, 1988
Shultz China talks: Cambodia and missile sales
Harvard's B-school says times call for required ethics class
US officials hail new give and take in talks on southern Africa. Four parties agree on principles to guide detailed negotiations
CITY VOICES. An erosion of life in New York's poor neighborhoods has heightened racial tension, many blacks say
Alone in a crowd?
Soviets are paying for a `new look' at United Nations
US losing the global high-tech agenda. Executives give election preview on need for industrial strategy
Obscure `star' basks in baseball limelight; a soccer pop quiz
Center for Independent Living gets people into the community
US and Iran talk tough at UN but try to avoid a further confrontation
Gorbachev in Poland: a study in contrasts. Polish leader doesn't share his enthusiasm for rapid change
No time for hard-liners
VOICES OF THE ABUSERS. Husbands who have mistreated wives discuss need for help
Gorbachev's reform dilemma
US looks to changed relations with Mexico. A more-democratic Mexico may be unpredictable for the US - but more stable in time. For Mexican oppositio...
Interest rates spike higher. Fed's efforts to check inflation prompt jump in prime rate
Japanese workers in US keep trip home in mind
The Democrats going into Atlanta
A battered wife tells her story
Defense probe hits consultants. Pentagon contractors rethink policy on consulting firms
Jazz with a special flavor. French, Latin, Japanese sounds liven N.Y. artsfest
Scorsese film image of Jesus protested by religious leaders. A TOO-HUMAN CHRIST?
Behind `the Scene'. For Teens
RECENT FICTION IN BRIEF
Searing drama series on Vietnam returns. Tale of a soldier who gets `too involved' with locals
CITY VOICES. New York blacks search for color-blind justice