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Monitor Archive for August 30, 1988
Evolving a totally Mexican art
When Uncle Sam calls, it's usually the poor who serve
Houston takes a bough
Burundi rejects outside investigation of massacres
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Takeshita in China: forging `a new type of relationship'. TOKYO-PEKING TIES
Justice is for you!
Hedgerow farming. In alley cropping, a form of agroforestry, farmers plant rows of trees close together, leaving 5 to 10 times the hedgerow width be...
A paradise lost: Fiji's troubled times
Toronto, the `city that works,' opens up. `The Good' town revises Sunday-closing laws
Cyprus solution deadline set for 1989
A chowder of cats, a knot of toads ...
Computers use Intel's chips, but cars and toys will use more
Music in the air: immigrants learn English in a post office
The election: `up for grabs'
German cruise missile site on the eve of dismantling
Viola in Cy Young Award bid; Tigers laud utilityman Salazar
Getting a degree in political nuts and bolts
Coming up: two intelligent - and sobering - documentaries. ABC probes foster care; Wiseman films ICBMs
Moving in on the mysteries of Mars
MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE FICTION
Afghan fighters, civilians view events in Pakistan with concern
DIZZYING CHANGES AND DAZZLING GROWTH
See the real PHILIPPINES with delightul Mr. K.
Chile nomination: expect no surprises. Junta likely to back Pinochet bid for another eight years
OLYMPIC TORCH LIGHTS A NATION
US defense consultants benefit foreign contractors. Investigators ignore evidence of sensitive data going overseas
Refuge in Rwanda: for how long?
The Polish story
Enhancing US security in the Pacific. The right approach to `burden sharing'
EPA building ban won't clear the air, critics say