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Monitor Archive for September 28, 1988
What Rembrandt has to teach us. Dignity, character, compassion
Tiny Sinai resort puts Egyptian-Israeli peace to the test
Too much family responsibility?
The UN has changed
A spy satellite for peace
UN human-rights team set to report on Cuba after 10-day visit. Findings likely to praise overall record, but rap Cuba on specifics
Johnson disqualification spotlights drug problem
Who wrote the greatest playsin the English language? A highborn nobelman of courtly intrigue? [ cf. Or a middleclass actor, playwright, impressario?...
San Marino. Here in the heart of Italian gastronomy, restaurants offer no-nonsense meals, cooked up fresh and served in generous portions. HERE'S WH...
A subdued Japan keeps watch over its beloved Emperor. Some still see monarch as a divinity despite postwar changes
Taba verdict: boost to Israel-Egypt ties? Israel must return Taba - a tiny strip of beach - to Egypt. The decision comes amid a heated election camp...
Illinois waits with rest of nation for election day inspiration
Cameo roles - but key ones - for Reagan and Jackson
Europeans getting more product-liability protection
The Dr. Johnson of the Jazz Age
Election '88: Northeast and mid-Atlantic. First in a series of state-by-state roundups of key races and issues
IT WAS A HUGE DUMPING GROUND FOR KIDS UNTIL REFORMERS GAVE IT A HUMAN FACE [BY]Cheryl Sullivan
Economic powers offer lots of proposals, little action on debt
Space trash: falling satellites, orbiting junk
Congressmen, war chests, and the influence of PACs
Politics and sports: pitching for votes. Bush and Dukakis know the value of a sporting pose and ties to athletes
Athens hopes to bring home the Olympics for centennial
Who wrote the greatest plays in the English language? Or a middleclass actor, playwright, impressario? [ cf. A highborn nobelman of courtly intrigue...
Welfare changes direction. Many on rolls will have to work or train for job
A matter of upholding the law
DETENTION: PROTECTION OR PUNISHMENT FOR KIDS?
The facts on furloughs
D'Oyly Carte, springing back to life, plans tours. New productions in the works to visit US and USSR in 1990
Syria's slipping grip on Lebanon
Nations keep an extra eye on each other. The heavens are crowded. Satellites can do everything from monitor fires to verify military intelligence. S...
TWO THOUSAND MILES FROM HOME AND LOCKED IN A COLD ROOM WITH A MATTRESS ON THE FLOOR