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Monitor Archive for February 5, 1988
From living rooms to the national conventions: how the caucuses work
Law forcing universities to divest is overruled
Deficit pulls away from targets. Slowing economy swells budget-gap forecast to $157 billion
Dukakis budget plans draw warnings of state deficit ahead
Redskins won? Not if this group has anything to say about it!
Fighting a sexual war of words and worlds. 20th-century women writers
Dove's love is creating and sharing poetry. Prizewinning poet
Charisma, confrontation, and exile. Self-portraits of two black separatists
Return of the hopeful - not happy - ending. Three novels about women
The lives of four ladies in British India. White woman's burden
The voice of a visionary, not a victim. Lucille Clifton's poetry
Eyes on a prize
A century of narratives by black writers. Forgotten women
Lessons learned in school about press freedom. Censorship, democracy, and the rights of students
Suddenly there's concern as Japanese `buy America'
Canadian developers flex financial muscle. Olympia & York has projects in Toronto, New York, worldwide
He keeps the ball rolling
KRAZY KINETIC KONTRAPTIONS. Disks sway, plates spin, rods shimmy, levers flip - bells and gongs sound, xylophone bars play, wooden rods clatter. Rho...
On stage: a collision of purposes in a campus setting
Where words don't reach
East Germany's stopgap measures. Expulsion of activists shows party leaders still seek to control dissent - but without tarnishing their image abroad
West German twits partners. Bavarian premier's vocal support of Pretoria embarrasses Chancellor Kohl, center-right allies
Nicaragua: relief and wariness over contra vote. Pressure is still on to uphold peace treaty
New Zealand premier puts the brakes on radical economic overhaul
Hondurans are worried by US aid cutoff to contras
Johnson out, other big names struggling as US skiers eye Olympics
No school and the Barlow boys
SPACE STATION: LOOKING BEYOND THE HARDWARE. Because it is the first major NASA project that critically depends upon the participation of other count...
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