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Monitor Archive for August 31, 1988
Bush thrives despite furor over Quayle. In recent polls, Bush's `positives' rise while the `negatives' go down
Screen-testing for the White House
Combating the drug menace. 30 countries join US in drug war
Medicare surtax on the way. Elderly will bear tax burden for long-term care
The individual and espionage
Foreign press fumbles to get a fix on US presidential race
No clear-cut Super Bowl favorites as NFL launches 1988 season
A major Brazilian star reaches out to the US. SINGER/COMPOSER DJAVAN
Idaho's not D.C.
Education secretary unveils model for elementary education
At the feet of Socrates
A universe of visions
The Mideast: hopes restrained
`Gone on arrival'?
The end of key Latin American democracies?
Summer school passes along the legends of jazz
The contras' true colors and the Berm'udez connection
US air shows will go on, despite crash
Dukakis at the bat: Babe Ruth - or Casey?
CR`EME FRA^ICHE. For an elegant touch to food, do as the French do
New trade law helps manufacturers tap unused innovations
Fervor of Burmese protest dampened as opposition regroups
Idaho farmers have hay, Iowans will travel. When cattle go hungry, farmers pull together
Lurching through one of the Bard's lesser works
Western Sahara: next feather in UN peace cap?
Preventing Irangate reruns
`Sniffing': legal substances, illegal use