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Monitor Archive for August 16, 1988
GOP platform aims to make Dukakis walk the plank
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Calls for annexing West Bank rise in Israel. Issue may sharpen during election campaign, but outright moves unlikely
`Nothing shall by any means hurt you'
Socialists put own stamp on French budget
Olympic official Anita DeFrantz undisturbed by Seoul's host role. South Korea has shown it can do big things
An embattled President
These are heady times for the UN, and its chief executive
Jogging in Japan
Spain's economic boom sounds like a thud in southern province
$6.1 billion Boston Harbor cleanup finally under way
Panama opposition loses leader - and hope for change
A platform for all seasons
Washington woos Marxist government of Mozambique. US discredits Renamo rebels, aids refugees and rebuilding
Government-in-exile gaining favor in PLO
From Reagan to Bush
Earth's `cosmic shock'
Ocracoke: a ferry ride away
Weird weather is not so unusual. While the US sizzles, Britain is chilled and Sudan is soaked. But scientists say it's too early to blame the change...
Regulators flush out inside traders around the globe
`That's my boy!' Parents of candidates point to vital role of American `elders'. COMMENTARY
The second phase of Iran's Islamic revolution
VIDEOSCAN. A selection of new releases for sale or rental
Emphasis on environmental values
A bird's- and frog's-eye view
Solutions to the pollution buildup. Chesapeake Bay cleanup moves forward, but slowly
The presidency: appearance is everything
Kean: herald of a new GOP? Keynoter favors `inclusion,' riles the right
Samurai in socks