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Monitor Archive for July 26, 1988
Drought may bring relief from subsidy war. Drop in world grain glut opens markets for US and European farmers
Mailed fist and velvet glove: Nelson Mandela and Angola
An American debacle usefully reconsidered
Up, up and - sort of - away. Reporter plays `Top Gun' in an Air Force trainer
INSIDE LOOKING OUT. American prisons tend to dehumanize most prisoners. Rehabilitation, as a systemwide policy, is hit-or-miss. The latest crisis fa...
Shades of black, white, and gray in the Philippines
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Nations on the verge of famine and in need of emergency food
Prayer -- the road to resolving conflict
Tracking wiggles in Earth's wobble
Eating in the breeze
HIGHCLERE. `Egyptian stuff' found between double doors blocked for years. MEET LORD AND LADY CARNARVON
In aiding Afghanistan, some advocate less-is-more approach. War-devastated economy has limited capacity to absorb aid
A mistaken man and `Serious Fun!'
So far, peace rules in Mecca. Muslim pilgrimage quiet, though Iran and Saudi Arabia trade barbs
Rains give India welcome respite after three years of drought. But country still needs imports to replenish depleted food stock
George and the gender gap
Cambodia talks: cordial atmosphere and one modest proposal
World faces rising deficit in emergency food relief. Impact of US drought on global food needs unclear
Air Force battles to keep fighter pilots from blacking out. New flight suit would enhance flyers' ability to maneuver
A desirable prize?
As Panama's economy slips, is US policy doing the same?
New manager Joe Morgan shows Midas touch with Red Sox so far
Midwestern playground: Lake Michigan's eastern shore
So that's it
Democrats still wary of Reagan
Consumers pay in state-vs.-state credit card war
Perils of the business lunch
Iran's revolution: cog in wheel of Islamic movement. With Iranian and Iraqi officials in New York, the UN is trying to set a cease-fire date (P. 2)....
Going to the dogs