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Monitor Archive for November 14, 1988
Making divided government work
Reagan team still faces challenges on budget, trade, dollar. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Bush should nudge rightward tilt of courts. But will not devise ideological `litmus test' for federal judges
OAS delegates face security threat on top of growing budget woes
To broaden political base, Bush must keep on running. Bush says he wants to be `President of all the people.' After a divisive race, he must now rea...
Texas wins supercollider; now state must woo Congress for funds
Hispanics, feeling left out of Reagan prosperity, backed Dukakis
California high court orders trial for Christian Science parent
George loves Gracie
Plant a tree, salve a nation
Schools and the fourth R. Pilot course about religion will start next spring
US policy toward Chile - a success
Initiatives: voter labeling defied
Economic alchemy that transformed a town
A private trade analyst goes to bat in favor of US-Canadian pact
Now we wait for investors' vote
Another mother's love. I call my stepmother `Mom'
Adoption option: pregnant teens give up their babies
In the FAMILY
Another mother's love. Guidelines for stepmothers
Anglo-Irish accord: symbol of division
Paris yawns as voters here pick peace. NEW CALEDONIA
Faustian kids threaten US security. COMPUTERS
Soviet students send samples of their art to America. US will reciprocate with an exhibition set to travel next year
Tulsa Ballet's impressive revival of a decades-old Balanchine work. Troupe fares well with the ballet's images, illusions, and metaphors
In South Africa, Govan Mbeki keeps black resistance alive. Rumors are rife in South Africa that black leader Nelson Mandela will soon be freed. As l...
In Burma, promises of democracy fade as military takes firm hold. Rangoon roots out opponents, while setting new conditions on elections
Prague pits rear-guard action against Gorbachev-style glasnost
West German's political faux pas is a potential problem for Kohl
Palestinian leaders advocate a `yes' to key UN resolutions. MIDEAST MEETING
Pakistan down to election wire. Benazir Bhutto battles for victory in a key political test
On foreign policy Bush must deal gently with US Congress
What caused the breakdown in Poland-Solidarity talks? Major protagonists point their fingers at hardliners on each others' side
Superstar emeritus of women's tennis now on business side of net
Should governments fund the arts? `No, look at native art in Canada'
`Yes, look at American theater'
AFTER REAGAN. AMERICA LOOKS AHEAD. Where is America after 8 years of Ronald Reagan? What faces George Bush as he enters the Oval Office? A 5-part se...
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