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Monitor Archive for September 30, 1988
Shuttle's cargo is key link for future NASA missions
Hold the concrete! Don't pour that foundation - nail it! Wood basements now found warm and waterproof
Young playwrights turning out promising new works. Jonathan Marc Sherman has an outstanding entry
Grandpa soldiered on the plains
Hopes soar with shuttle. Space marathon: 10 flights a year with eye to Venus, Jupiter
Broadcasters find perils in the business of business shows
Peacekeepers win Peace Prize. The UN's peacekeeping forces have won the 1988 Nobel Peace Prize. Their tough job is illustrated by UNIFIL, the force...
JILL TRIES TO LEAVE THE LURE OF THE STREETS BEHIND
Florida's `space coast' rises with shuttle. Towns around launch site are linked with space program
A British gentleman
Chauvinism not in Olympic spirit; female gymnasts too young?
OUT OF `THE SYSTEM' AND ONTO THE STREETS
Dukakis takes off gloves for final rounds. Lights into Bush on social security and savings plan
Debate didn't sway many voters. People wary of too much rapid change, pollster adds
Sketch pad in saddlebag
Congress's debate over contras remains as aid runs out. Humanitarian aid planned, but policy on hold until next year
Newfoundland debates divided schools
Farmer Yan reaps bounty as crops and family thrive. Reform has transformed lives in China. Peasants farm with their families - not in communes. Entr...
AMERICANS WHO DON'T GIVE UP ON KIDS
Britain and Iran move toward diplomatic ties
Settlement of border dispute with Israel boosts Egypt's leader. TABA GOES TO EGYPT
`I know how you feel'. Program brings together abused young people. CHILDREN HELP CHILDREN
Other places to talk
Mail on the rails
Prospects improve for Sino-Soviet summit
China's reach across the African horizon
Boston University, students spar over limits on dormitory visits. Heated debate greets Silber decision; many on campus oppose shift