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Monitor Archive for August 25, 1988
Takeshita on the road to boost China ties. Japanese leader has in hand huge new aid package for Asian neighbor
Hitting a fly in space. Time to ground Reagan's dream of SDI
Bush ship surges, but it still drags Quayle anchor. Why Vietnam specter haunts politicians
Picking up the tab for West Bank. PLO has funds ready to flow in - through Jordanian banks
Lemons and luxuries
To be quite specific, candidates rarely are. Policy details can boomerang on hopefuls
Millions and millions hired?
A fragile future for Argentine democracy. A Peronist victory could lead to military repression
Attorney general should wear the mantle of law, not politics
In sitcom land, another fractured family
For jazz duo Tuck and Patti, music breaks down barriers. GOSPEL/BLUES ROOTS
An American in Paris fashion. The Southern accent of designer Patrick Kelly
Reaping a rich, muddy bounty in Chinese delta
Yankee star sounds off; long-running NFL coaches set to meet
The Doualles and their ideal. French couple sees child care as a `tribal' venture
Swift, oar-powered Olympias. Reconstructed Greek trireme shows its mettle in sea trials
Bush ship surges, but it still drags Quayle anchor. Revelations appear manageable - for now
What's playing in Bucharest? US moviegoers are getting a rare look. Seven recent Romanian films start a five-city tour
Madame Pissarro's cabbages and roses
Computer puts Austrian piano in high-tech music race. B"osendorfer faithfully replays pianist's work
Modern Chilean poet in English
Is Idaho an Indian name for potato?
Dukakis goal: woo back labor. But can AFL-CIO deliver after 1980, '84 defections?
In peace maneuvers, as in war, Iraq seeks control of waterway. Iran and Iraq meet at the UN peace table today after 8 years of war (P. 28). Stubborn...
Clinging? To what?