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Monitor Archive for July 27, 1988
Michener's Alaska epic: fiction, fact, and imagined history
Hot, hot, hot. Add just a squirt of Tabasco, and you can forget all about your tongue. CREOLE FOOD
Dukakis's foreign policy outline
What they told the class of '88. On bread and community
All-around star Darryl Strawberry emerges as team leader, too
Rumbles and rumors in Poland. Poland's political deadlock is worsening in the wake of strikes this spring. The first of three articles explores the...
US chemicals used to process illicit drugs. Bill would regulate chemical exports
Prosecutor's aides join in criticism of Meese report
Anti-Khomeini rebels attack as Iran and Iraq prepare to talk
Tax changes shift the equation in rent-or-buy decision
Sudanese sell children to avert starvation
Saving the daughters of India
What they told the class of '88. On the family gap in America
Cable TV showcase for the arts. The A&E network brings high-quality viewing to 30 million homes - and runs in the black
Jewish Film Festival known for its lively controversy
Will Haiti's baseball-makers take a walk? UNION DEMANDS, SOCIAL UNREST
R & B IS DEAD. Long live R & B
The `forgotten,' waiting for a home. SEEKING REFUGE, FINDING TROUBLE
Change in Taiwan
Six years later the door swings open. Now what?
What they told the class of '88. On giving back to your country
Tips on choosing the right cookware for microwave ovens
GETTING `RIGHT,' STAYING OUT
Voters' evolving security views. Americans now see national security in terms of economic as well as military strength. Dukakis hopes to negate Bush...
What they told the Class of '88. On taking risks
Some ideas on marriage
Korea: 35 years offshore from peace