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Monitor Archive for August 23, 1988
The two faces of Muammar Qaddafi. Libyan leader tries to charm his immediate neighbors ...[ cf. ... while allegedly backing terrorism against enemie...
Cape Cod hires abroad for summer. Tight labor market left no option
Arkansas farmers watch wells go dry
AIDS statistics galvanize minority groups' prevention efforts. Plan for first nationwide effort aimed at blacks
The two faces of Muammar Qaddafi. ... while allegedly backing terrorism against enemies [ cf. Libyan leader tries to charm his immediate neighbors ....
`Zero tolerance': zero effect? Prosecutors see few results from crackdown on drug users
Mystery and black humor set in a small Tuscan town
Fluoridation politics makes bad science
Protection Island is for the birds
Behind the good numbers
George Bush's dilemma
Watch a whale - and rise on the social scale
Commercial sales are clicking for auto-everything cameras
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Desktop gardening: Lush d'ecor for a more livable office
Historic Deerfield, New England's colonial time warp
Surging, yearning, Cubist clumping. BELLA LEWITZKY AT SARATOGA SPRINGS
From the mundane to the sacred
Polish face-off over Solidarity
Estonians protest Soviet-Nazi pact and press for autonomy. Anticipating emotional demonstrations in the Baltic republics today, Communist Party offi...
Peking takes aim at rampant corruption in high places. `Decadent practices' slow reform, leaders say
In East Europe, the volatile past is very much part of the present
Thousands of Burundian refugees flee tribal conflict
No time to get bored at boards at US Open chess tourney. Fast-paced formats, computer competitors offer look into future
Tony Brown: tough on whites and blacks
The cat who ate spaghetti, the dog who chased cows
Cat hairs make a home complete
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