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Monitor Archive for May 12, 1988
As data on AIDS pile up, they bear out early assessments
Housing squeeze has a ripple effect. Communities and businesses pay a price because of crunch
W. Virginia vote reflects tensions over state economy. Governor's primary shows no favorite for fall election
`Sleaze' hovers over '88 election. Bush aides say that he is untainted by others' errors
No more linking private suits to Superfund cases, US says
Garc'ia M'arquez's tale of love, illusions, and life's possibilities
Hanging up on dial-a-porn calls
American Indian radio news grasps for air as funding falters
Prison reform: executive leadership is the missing link
American double standards and the unrest in Poland
Syria and the PLO: a long march toward peace or war?
The INF pact: get it right
Gorbachev and the constituency for change
Will the new shine in US steel last, or be a flash in the pan? Prices, sales, and profits have all climbed lately, but wary producers still want imp...
The family lives in spoken history. Stories of ancestors - far and near - can serve as inspiration
Teen-agers and elderly link arms
Britain and the States: TV probes the special link. Host David Dimbleby talks about new series and its aims
What to do after Balanchine? City Ballet still struggling to rediscover its aesthetic
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Charitableness in our politics
South Africa unlikely to give on Namibia to end Angolan war
Brazil's new land reform law is victory for wealthy landowners
Facing mountain of woes. Ruthless drug traffickers and political violence are tearing apart South America's oldest democracy. A four-part series exp...
French prime minister seeks working majority with Parliament
The last trump of the elephant?
Bird watching. for the ornithologically inept
AFGHANISTAN ON THE EVE OF SOVIET WITHDRAWAL
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