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Monitor Archive for December 2, 1988
RJR's tough CEO loses a round
US tries its hand at rating America's nursing homes. But critics say standards used must be improved
US-Mexico cooperation on juvenile crime. ... AND ON THE RIO GRANDE
Megabillion buyout gives Wall Street pause
Paying the price for sex with minors. TEENS IN TROUBLE: IN SAN FRANCISCO ...
Start a family tradition - a rhinestone gift-book
News In Brief
Refreshing views of Italian art
A tangled history of knitting
Assessing the Reagan presidency - and the man
Stories of perfect pitch and balance
Teen fiction: gore and gruel foster shallow self-esteem
Country songs and tales from a balladeer
A spellbinding Albanian fairy tale
No longer a golden elephant sitting on his head. Medieval scholar Peter Brown talks about his work and life as a MacArthur Fellow
Are blue jeans in distress?
Merrills - an international game
Americans' wariness about `big government'
What perestroika giveth ...
Reminders from Quebec's quake
US-Japanese venture rolls out two sporty versions of the same car
World will have to tolerate deficit impasse a while longer
Forging furnishings: a new `iron age' of metal chairs and tables
The 28 oaks of Oak Alley. Every tree of this ancient enchanted forest still stands
New discs confirm Blomstedt's conducting skills
Good TV shows collide this weekend
Will you please stop fighting?
Imperial presidency for Gorbachev. Soviet vote radically reforms power structure
Bhutto takes the helm in Pakistan. Glitch in relations with India is among problems facing new prime minister
Options narrow for any Israeli government but Labor-Likud
Soviet end to radio jamming could speed arms talks
Gorbachev and Shultz rub allies the wrong way
Economic woes likely to sweep populist into Venezuelan presidency. Ex-leader P'erez known for oil-boom prosperity and independent style
Voters looked beyond statistics in choosing Kirk Gibson for MVP award
Can schools afford music? Bet your bottom dollar
The wisdom of kissing the cook
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. A meditative heart in San Francisco
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Hurdy-gurdy
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Pocket pieces
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Dear Sir and Madam:
Hodgepodge dilly-dally. Ambivalence
Empowering the little guy, nurturing democracy. This year marks a decade of economic reform in China. This story is part of an occasional series exa...
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