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Monitor Archive for September 16, 1988
Getting smart as storms rush in
High court to rethink abortion?
Black Caucus convenes to talk politics and discuss priorities. MARSHALL SETS TONE
Tax money saver or job loser: labor battles ballot Question 2
Scientists take EPA's radon warning seriously. But they criticize home test methods and urge citizens to be patient
Bush gaining with pivotal voter groups
Dukakis details defense stands in political blitzkrieg. Identifies weapons he supports, flails GOP's Pentagon management
Remembering America's most forgotten war
Hurricane's savage path. At least Gilbert has followed predictable course, giving warning.
Sounds of a native strain - Erdrich novel tracks ancestral lives
State money scores. Florida funds advanced-level academics
Study challenges teacher-shortage forecast
Is it `time for a change'?
The US pays up at the UN
And now, Bush-onomics!
Iran's revenge on its `dissidents'
Bid for Kroger:start of new round of retailing raids?
Shiseido out to woo American women. Japanese cosmetics giant stresses service over promotion
`Feel good' investing.
New offerings continue.
PortFolio. Tips and trends that affect you and your money
PF QUESTIONS, A selection of responses to readers' financial questions
Rule out simple rules.
`Who said no one here liked antiques?' Folksy and no-frills, Forney is the antiques capital of Texas
Their home is their museum. FAMILY PACKED UP, MOVED TO SPAIN. American parents took kids abroad, taught them, built careers
99-year-old opera gets US debut
Where young opera singers get a chance to grow
Freeze Frames. A weekly update of film releases.
Made in Hong Kong: fast-paced movies. New York festival gives imports extra prominence
Pressure and recognition
US-Honduras military pact rouses ire. Some Hondurans worry it will lead to permanent US bases and more war
In the wake of Hurricane Gilbert
Iran policy change behind Cabinet crisis. Bow to free market comes at expense of economic reform
S. Korea proudly basks in the light of Olympic celebration. But for some, political realities still loom large
Papua New Guinea at 13: future bright, but problems remain. Prime minister seeks stability, way to handle growing prosperity
Swedish elections turn on clean environment, clean politics
Lillehammer, Norway, is surprise choice to host '94 Winter Games
Bounding for glory: leap of a lifetime
Marrying shape and scale to location
It's opening night for Seoul's big show. Hopes surround biggest Olympics
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