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Monitor Archive for September 13, 1988
On letting fires run
1992: What is it and what should be done about it?
Peking straddles the line that divides the two Koreas. China is shifting its position on the two Koreas. In an effort to bolster its economy, Peking...
`Betrayed' focuses on neofascism. Costa-Gavras directs well-intentioned movie
Pennsylvania community gives its ailing trees a boost
As always, Bangladesh makes do in adversity. DEFYING FLOOD DISASTER
As snow falls, fire crews can take a breather. ON THE FIRE LINE
Patmos: Why this year is special
`Tape measure homers' were brainchild of publicist Red Patterson
Wilander reached tennis pinnacle at his own pace
Saving the `teddy bears' of the sea. Otters off California coast get new home far from oil-spill hazards
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Slovenes set reform pace. In Yugoslavia, there is a group for nearly every cause as activists test limits of one-party state
A dirty problem meanders from East to West. Elbe River: how possible for foes to cooperate in costly cleanup?
In Ghana, even a senior official can't make ends meet. Despite six years of Western-backed economic reforms, only a few Ghanaians have clearly benef...
Polish mediator aims for historic compromise
`Sullivan & Gilbert' needs more zest. Witty script, strong acting, and G&S music do not yet a hit make
A schools takeover in Chelsea
A house to keep
American schools mirror upheavals in world politics
Hostage issue underscores German role in Gulf conflict. RELEASE IN LEBANON
Midwest cities move to save urban trees from drought. Volunteers, water plans help keep trees alive
Landmarks go up and down
Put space safety first
Japan's inside-trading `tradition' under attack
The Swiss: Olympic-timing champs
The new `me-tooism'
Pop goes culture as East meets West
FLOWER FOOD. How Bob Peters made it big with his popular fertilizer. GARDENING