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Monitor Archive for September 21, 1988
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Space telescopes will give new views of the universe
Making way for free trade. US, Canadian firms plan cross-border raids
Strauss: Democrats being out-slicked
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Wanted: new airports to ease gridlock of increasing air travel
US space scientists look to year of excitement after long hiatus. But program still threatened by `shuttle dependency'
The name of the game
Burma deserves better
Things a pollster can count on
Mandatory sentencing: a trying problem
Getting traffic moving
Hike likely in minimum wage - and fast-food prices
Mystery meat. Is schoolchildren's cafeteria food out to lunch? `WHAT IS IT TODAY?'
An old-fashioned tragi-comedy, played out under a modern cloud. `A MURDER OF CROWS'
Sharp attack, tight defense win US Open
Mexico's dancing ambassadors. Ballet Folkl'orico aims to capture the spirit of peoples and their times
Freedom from guilt and shame
Armenian protests rumble on
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In Tokyo, clowns bring smiles that bridge East-West gap
Some see hope in change of guard in Haiti. Was popular will behind Namphy's ouster?
Trade pact awaits Canada vote. As goes the election fate of Prime Minister Mulroney, so goes the US-Canada free-trade pact
Modern pentathlon: a daunting test of varied athletic skills
Food fight has Maine fifth-graders popping mad
Climbing the Matterhorn: a rite of passage
Journal of a hut-builder
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