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Monitor Archive for June 8, 1988
US eyes international pact on acid rain
Acid rain clouds build. Political and scientific pressures on Congress to finally `do something' about pollutants
Jet skis, parasail boats have Hawaii in an uproar
Motion for dismissal filed in spiritual-healing case
Democrats' money: far behind but growing fast
Racism charges sidetrack Brawley case. Family's advisers cite `400 years' of oppression
Study highlights uncertainties on `star wars'
From England, a Jamesian sensitivity and ambivalence
Religious poetry, old, new, mostly in the plain style
The lost childhood of tennis players
Matzoh in Moscow: glasnost and the Soviet Jew
Two peoples, one piece of land
Summit for three?
Who watched while S&Ls drove into bankruptcy?
Bond funds with higher yields aren't necessarily riskier
Flower the flavor of butters, mustards, and vinegar
More than just another pretty plate
Flowers that bloom on the plate, tra-la. Bright-colored flower foods are growing in today's trendier kitchens
Young US grandmaster wins $30,000-a-year prize for study
Tonys bring down curtain on Broadway season. A British musical dominates for second year in row
`Sunset' falls short of Blake Edwards's best
French centrists wary of striking deal with far right. But in Marseille, candidate Gaudin bargains with Le Pen
Iran's Rafsanjani: a cleric with a taste for secular power. Iran's recent reverses in the war against Iraq guaranteed a reshuffling of the military....
UN aid coordinator urges cooperation to rebuild Afghanistan[BY]Edward Girardet, Special to The Christian Science Monitor
Shultz shuttle wins Arab plaudits. AMERICAN MIDEAST ROLE
Disputed patch of desert a key to Egyptian-Israeli relations
Two towers of tennis power for Paris. French Open winners Wilander, Graf halfway to Grand Slams
Once loved, once spurned, a playwright now returns
The girl you want to marry
The balloon and I
Young men's lives
The politics of human rights. Who speaks for the imprisoned and `disappeared'?
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