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Monitor Archive for July 22, 1988
US, Japan jointly venture into carmaking. From morning exercises to company uniforms, American automakers are learning the Japanese way of making ca...
Democrats unite to pursue scent of victory
Doing business in Detroit: Mazda embraces the UAW
Challenging the political free ride in Massachusetts
Democrats' four-day circus
Jackson's clout will effect Democratic Party nuts and bolts
GOP `truth squad' stalks Democrats
US pushes Greece to take action against terrorism
How to cool a turbo-charged economy. When business is racing, higher interest rates may not be enough of a brake
`We will ride'. Black civil rights activists wanted the right to sit in the front of the bus. Disabled people want the right to get on the bus - and...
What Dukakis must do
Waiting their turn
Polaroid's bid to avert takeover could prove futile
World competition rewrites US bank rules. Higher capital-to-asset ratios could mean fewer loans
Delhi, Macao...Retiree travels globe to help restore heritage sites. HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Bertolucci found by critical searchlight. Director's work analyzed by various disciplines
`Midnight Run' features two razzle-dazzle acting jobs
`Off Center': two avant-garde entries
Mood darkens in Armenian republic as activists defy Kremlin hard line
Parties barred from Pakistan vote. President says no partisan allegiances will appear on ballots
North Koreans make offer of nonaggression pact with South
Iran bows to pragmatism in opting to make peace. As Iran turns away from eight years of war with Iraq, moderate pragmatists appear to have control o...
As superpowers talk, peace spreads. Easing of Gulf and other conflicts follows tacit US-Soviet prodding
Why Gulf states are wary of an Iran at peace. They worry Iran's export of revolution will continue
Economic austerity remains a divisive issue in Senegal. Post-election talks stumble over ways to combat rising prices
Polish reform winds bode ill for Moscow. Marxist idealism may be alive and well in Moscow, but it's down and out in Warsaw. Poland enjoys greater le...
Strong young players brighten Cubs' future
The nesting instinct
Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood
Democrats brace for race
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