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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1988
World's first floating hotel. Australian resort fights to keep head above water
Time - served on the outside - turns young offenders around
TOTS IN TRAINING
NOW IN PAPERBACK
Piccolo voices, primo productions. Children sing under wing of Milan's famous LaScala. OPERA WITH KIDS
The sweet and the bitter: a Korean story of Olympic gold. Sohn Kee Chung was the first Korean ever to win an Olympic gold medal. But his marathon vi...
Economic, social issues caught in the whirlwind of presidential politics. Child care, wage levels, parental leave buffeted by legislative ups and do...
US payment is a welcome drop in the UN bucket of deficits
Import drop slims trade gap to relief of White House
Hoboken kids play hardball with the Soviets. D'ETENTE ON THE DIAMOND
Summer's parting gift: free jazz in Chicago. Nonstop five-day festival showcased guests, locals
Economic, social issues caught in the whirlwind of presidential politics. Has Reagan boom produced good jobs?
Like Whitman walking under trees
Dukakis, Bush, EPA to blame for Boston Harbor. Cleanup of the nation's dirtiest harbor was task no politician wanted
`Hour dogging' in Montana
Rebuilding reform fires in chilly Siberia. Soviet leader Gorbachev's run-in with Siberian workers seems a calculated bid to reinvigorate reform, whi...
Picking up the pieces from the Gulf war. Lessons for Gulf states - and the world
A large museum makes still more room. Art Institute of Chicago ups gallery space by one-third
FBI chief disciplines agents for misconduct
Prudent S&Ls pay for mistakes of others - and their regulator
N. Ireland: straws in the wind
Capital punishment: Reform the process or abolish the practice
Pretoria avoids clash with US on activists
Schroeder boosts Raiders; high-tech swimming
A model parent
Modern heir to the Hudson River tradition
The view across Poland's great divide. Union leader and policeman must bridge personal, political gaps
Picking up the pieces from the Gulf war. Iraq after the cease-fire
Dukakis gets high grades on pollution, energy
Kurds show signs, little evidence, that Iraq used chemical weapons. VERIFYING KURDISH CLAIMS
Lech Walesa's calculated risk