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Monitor Archive for August 4, 1988
History repeats itself in Tehran
Time to amend Newton's law of gravity?
India high court frees Sikh in Gandhi case. Acquittal of one convicted assassin likely to have political impact
Everyone whole, everyone without handicap
Joshua Bell's steady success. A late Stradivarius falls into appreciative, specially talented hands
Outgoing NBC news chief sees changed climate. Had differences with GE over how to economize
Human value: not the price of parts
South African peace proposal: serious bid or tactical move?
Audi is looking to two new models to halt sales slide
A ROYAL REUNION. Hans Holbein's legacy is a collection of portraits that immortalizes the court of Henry VIII. Now the king's men and women have bee...
Errant German flier no longer a Soviet jailbird. Mathias Rust's release could enhance warming ties between Moscow and Bonn
Goldoni's `Mistress of the Inn'
EN FAMILLE. Mothers and fathers across France have strong governmental support. FRENCH FAMILY POLICIES
Humane design: how to make things work well with people
Plying the Antarctic seas
House votes to impeach federal judge. Bribery and perjury charges persist despite earlier acquittal at trial
The economy's fine tune
Stress of first-time combat blamed for downing of Iranian jet
In the countryside, secret sects, `classic religion'
Hizbullah, under Iran's thumb?
The end of `luv'?
If Huck Finn could taste it now. THE SALTY MISSISSIPPI
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