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Monitor Archive for August 17, 1988
Providing for a graying Japan. Japan is rapidly becoming an aging society. Both the public and private sectors are searching for new ways to care fo...
John Muir: riding trees in windstorms
Building dandelion shade. (A treeplanter's song)
Peru holds US woman declared innocent of rebel activities
Boone still producing; Morgan believes in using young players
Collapse of the postal monopoly
Czech leaders dig in to block Soviet-style reform. Twenty years ago Soviet tanks rolled into Prague and crushed a reform movement. Today, Czech acti...
Negative campaigning's risks
A poet's war: muck, virtue in the forest primeval
Return of the narrator: reader, note what Mrs. Hawkins says
Cool breezes from Mostly Mozart and City Opera. Guest soloists and new `Barber' enliven summer music season
Strong economy attracts imports; trade gap widens. GOP sees positive trend, but Democrats worry over slipping exports
Turning to Christ brings protection
Figuring net worth: first step in setting a financial direction
Call of the open roadhouse: wild ones of the salad bar set
The `greening' of Congress
Presidential yacht being restored as `Roosevelt era' museum
Show-biz producers help conventions preen for TV. Podium design, colors, music, and run-throughs get extra-special attention
A war story of English duty and desertion
Poll spotlights new GOP attitudes
Innocent until proved guilty
A guided tour of the workplace for the class of '88
Even Iranians glad of war's end wish it had come at a better time. QUITTING WHILE BEHIND
Party woos women, but has uphill fight. CAN REPUBLICANS REACH OUT?
New Orleans rolls out Kings' Cake during Republican revelry
Rooting for Dad. Kara Dukakis, now a `celebrity,' joins father's campaign fray
Texas base keeps old planes flying