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Monitor Archive for August 3, 1988
More filmmakers focusing on Africa. Two new movies tackle theme of of race relations
`Dust' blends hilarity, heartbreak. Waugh novel loses some punch on screen
Cartwright's `Road' tracks today's blighted urbanism
Ruling gives Latinos more voting power in local elections. Appeals court strikes down at-large elections that discriminate
Don't condemn yourself
Glacier-hopping in Alaska
Reagan yields to pragmatism and politics on plant-closing bill
Aid from Japan?
Palestinians want action. West Bank Arabs press PLO for daring peace moves
Hussein sidelined - for now
Faith's many forms in `practical' China. Chinese ability to believe in many things at once - or nothing at all - baffles Westerners. Julian Baum, fo...
Close encounter with a GLACIER. One-on-one with The Great White Slope
Carlton Fisk piling up career records for slugging, endurance. White Sox star's 293 HRs as catcher topped only by Bench, Berra
Faking French fluently
Hats off to the lowly crab. This summer Boston becomes land of the bean and the crab
Readers' response: the world of quantum mechanics
Americans in Paris, or, Are we having fun yet?
Contra military chief Berm'udez says the fight must go on
Dukakis: bridge mending at the Urban League. Democratic candidate wins applause with talk of common ground
Britain steps up contacts with Iran. Move coincides with increased church activity to gain hostage release
The new facts of life in Mexico
To beat summer blahs, one gallery turns to blues
In search of original honest-to-goodness Wellesley Fudge Cake. Here's the cake served in a little tearoom over a Wellesley shoe store
Saying bye-bye to the boondocks
`Faithful to reason's call'. Philosopher Jacques Derrida addresses a world in which pure reason is expected to have practical applications. Thinkers...
ROUNDUP OF INTERNATIONAL FICTION
Headed for Mt. Everest, one step at a time
More people fear income tax audits than get them, but that may change. Former IRS agent says more audits are needed, could raise $80 billion
Rizo's battle to put meat on table
Anglicans agree - sort of - to allow ordination of women
`Insiders' now found in the printing plant
United States of Europe?