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Monitor Archive for July 8, 1988
We made it to Sagada. Enjoy piney forests, sweet mountain air, followed by a private cup-and-bucket shower
DIXIELAND. Redone White House of the Confederacy
`Legal legwork' gives probe prosecutor winning edge
Legal precedents exist for US compensating Iran Air victims
Dining on caviar at Mach 2. Fly to Europe on the Concorde for the weekend
Where New York City puts its best foot forward
Malawi: hassle-free Africa
Lore of the launch
For lease: inside guide to the Pentagon. Defense consultants can earn more than $1,000 a day selling their knowledge of the Pentagon's corridors of...
Linking child care to construction projects: too big a stick?
Beirut abduction is focus of Lee Blessing's taut new drama. POLITICS AS THEATER
The incomparable Melrose Avenue. Joys of walking, windowshopping rediscovered in Los Angeles
Are you happy?
Why not the man from San Antonio?
When is it art?
A tale of rediscovery and renewal
Role of government in nations' economies shrinks - a little
Disability rights: on the agenda. Activists take their demands from placards to public policy
Giving workers fair warning
Evonne Goolagong recalls career on eve of Hall of Fame induction
US vows to stay the course in Gulf - but will it?
I saw Clark Kent in study hall
The shady bank where black, white, and red men prayed and dreamed
Lobster restaurants everywhere. Ayuh. Eat Homarus americanus on its native turf
`Arthur 2' has everything going for it but a story
Tough but amazing: that's the Tassili. Extraterrestial rock art, mysterious veiled women
NAACP to stress voting and education at its annual convention
Discounters say supplies have been cut since Supreme Court ruling
Stock scandal taints Japan's ruling party
India's most popular vocalist pays performing visit to America
The all-new American B&B
Mum's the word on likely US strategic arms changes. US negotiators hope a strategic arms agreement will force the Soviet Union to restructure its fo...
Taiwan leader goes to bat for democratic reforms - within limits
Briar Patch deluxe. Down-home but classy, elegant and horsey: it's a Virginia Bed & Breakfast
West, Asians aim to rein in Khmer Rouge