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Monitor Archive for January 16, 1987
Congratulations, it's a rhino! Loving care - from a distance - helps threatened species survive
Both spouses need to follow family funds
Business is booming for `electronic furniture'
Rudman says Reagan owes apology
THE MIDDLE EAST: A BIRD'S-EYE VIEW. A look at some complex shades in the spectrum of Mideast politics.
Shultz: time to `deal in' the ANC?
`Hey, look at that!'
On surface, Polish leader's trip marks improved ties with West. But tensions remain over Jaruzelski's policies
On mending a shutter
How willing are parents to pay for college?
Iran-contra affair: losses and gains
Off to the races for women investors, if fully informed
Afghan guerrilla dilemma: how to respond to Kabul? Fighters seek counter-plan to official cease-fire
PORTFOLIO. Tips and trends that affect you and your money.
Miller's memorable `All My Sons' comes to TV
The climb to business takes grit
US leery of Soviet-Afghan peace flurry. Says withdrawal timetable will prove Moscow sincerity
Falling dollar helps American industries. But decline may not cut trade deficit
Dollar plunge unsettles allies. Rising joblessness worries W. Germany, Japan
Penn State coach Joe Paterno shares keys to building a winner
`I shall not want'
Hit comedy `Stepping Out' arrives from Britain
Judge's welfare order has put Massachusetts on the spot. Once again the courts are pressing politicians to correct social ills
Peking's actions, silence fuel speculation on Hu
Phone firms redial marketing strategies
Chinese writer kicked out of party
Jewish voters remain consistently loyal to Democratic Party. Despite rising incomes and other gains, most vote liberal
Checking the dollar's fall
Moscow's changing perceptions of `star wars'
How long is a plutt?