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Monitor Archive for September 19, 1988
Small campers in the big outdoors
China discovers inflation
An opera career fashioned on small roles. Andrea Velis appears far more often than the stars
Syria's mettle tested by Lebanese foes. Will concession on presidential choice appease Christian hard-liners?
Why is Mr. Dukakis holding back? He could be scoring hits by emphasizing Reagan-era scandals
Letting engineers speak out. SAFETY
NASA badly needs a shuttle success. NASA plans hinge on a successful shuttle. With Discovery's imminent launch, the US prepares to return to space....
Unloading heavy cargo
Cheers - and doubts - at Polish rally
Book reviews: The right timing and the right place
A pollster's view of why Dukakis has lost his lead
Quintana: burned, but unbroken
Wherein our doughty scribe sallies forth against a Russian spy
Hope for a `have-not' province. With over 17 percent of its labor force unemployed and many others working for low or seasonal wages, Newfoundland h...
The meaning of mud
New fuel for schools
Americans favor aid for family planning in third world, poll finds
Candidates wage war, but who'll talk defense? Candidates quiet amid uproar over military reform
Texas looks for lessons despite Gilbert's turn from coast. Experts say building codes and zoning laws need improvement
Jackson leads Black Caucus in support for Dukakis ticket
US aims for medal in rugged Olympic water polo competition
Law and land: New Mexico standoff
More than a promising trade report needed to shift market into gear
Haiti's Army still in control. Coup aims to check anarchy and restore international aid
Deluged Bangladeshis hard pressed to find clean water
Lost mittens ... and a twist on Cinderella
Licensed killers - or bad bunglers? INQUEST IN GIBRALTAR
Have US universities flunked out on the humanities?