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Monitor Archive for January 14, 1987
Maui: home of surfers, suntans - and potato chips?
Soviets seek cash, know-how. Joint ventures seen as way to perk up economy
Iran takes to diplomacy as its revolution settles down
A delight in fresh air
Norway to cut its oil output, in line with OPEC
Data lack impedes tracking of extremist groups
Kiwis relish role as underdog
Puerto Rico considers stricter fire standards
`Good pie and a full life'
After the Iran affair: new foreign policy directions
Salesmen combing Congress. Office equipment firms ply freshman legislators
`Sweet Sue': emotionally intricate
S. Africa theater debate: more than movies at stake. Coming election heightens white dispute over desegregation
Weston: two shows put his life and art in focus
Marxists: on their way, but to what kind of revolution?
Income-oriented mutual funds now look attractive to many
Moyers talks about five series coming on PBS
Battle to decide America's Cup challenger a study in contrasts. New Zealand's nimble boat sails against straight-line US entry
Beyond grits and greens. A new trend is emerging in Southern cooking today, combining traditional ingredients with a lighter touch
Nicaragua: the real war is now economic
How to help America's displaced workers
White supremacists test limits of US rights to free speech, assembly
Japan displays its diplomatic reach. Three leaders' foreign forays send signals to Moscow