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Monitor Archive for August 5, 1988
Seize the moment in Nicaragua
King Hussein's action ends charade. His move underlines Palestinian demand for true independence
Breaking barriers in baseball. For Kids and Teens
The crosscut saw
Maryland city hums a lively new tune. What happened to Frederick? People with pride pitched in
Room for `caring, careful criticism'
Pentagon chief touches new bases in Soviet, Turkish visits. In Soviet Union: new openness but little change
Sugarcubes in US taste test. ICELAND ROCK GROUP
Goodyear remolding for worldwide battle
French director attuned to youth. Hollywood could learn from Rohmer
Dukakis decides he can run State House and campaign, too
Portraits of six men who would be president - and one who is
Military winning drug war within its ranks
Eastern restructuring grounded, for now
Erecting a framework of ethics
Looking to Spirit
Let there be lights
British headmasters face major reforms. EDUCATION
Salvador Army tries new war tactics. Top officer devises new military and political strategies
Iran and Iraq keep pressure up in Gulf as cease-fire efforts stall. Is Iran rethinking pledge to halt attacks on neutral shipping?
... and of reading and understanding [ cf. The pleasures of publishing...]
Congressional leadership gets on board for arms sale to Kuwait
Trials deepen faith of China's Christians. Strengthened by persecution, Christian churches are resurfacing. Julian Baum, former Monitor writer in Pe...
The pleasures of publishing ...[ cf. ... and of reading and understanding ]. Good writers, good books
Yet tougher times in West Bank. Jordan cuts off salaries, adding to Palestinian hardships
NASA moves with care. Despite media glare, shuttle will be grounded until it passes muster
Ropin' and ridin': rodeo in Brooklyn
East bloc is slow to buy Western aircraft. SHORT OF WESTERN CASH
GOP no longer has the West corralled. Anti-government attitudes soften
Zestful teen Andre Agassi zooms into the tennis stratosphere