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Monitor Archive for January 27, 1987

Soviet party meeting to test Gorbachev's strength. Delay of conference seen linked to bid to remove Brezhnev cronies
Passages
GOPS groping for new ideas and people
January redux
Warming up to winter at Quebec's action-packed carnival. Among the bonuses: Old-World charm and little commercialism
Reform and intellectuals: USSR and China take opposite tacks
Gulf war, terrorism top Islamic summit agenda. Renewed Islamic peace initiative seen as way to protect region's oil interests
And D.C. natives think flurries are bad!
Sherlock Holmes in pursuit
Foreigners stung by dollar's sag could curb buying of US debt
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Reform and intellectuals: USSR and China take opposite tacks
Stumped by cricket? Ask a silly mid-on
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
Critics fault flaws in some scientific research studies
State of Union key Reagan test
In S. Africa, ritzy shopping mall finds lighter side to sanctions
`The recipe for all healing'
Criminal law and contra aid
Germany: centrist stability
An old dance for a new crowd. In growing numbers, young folks are waltzing their way to the ballroom, lured by good old-fashioned style and grace
Israel bargaining to sell its shaky airline
Lawmakers renew push to grant asylum to refugees
Black-ruled Zimbabwe: a good place for the whites who stayed. Economics, sentiment keep them there - despite friction
With firm grip on power, Chile's strong man opens a few doors. Legalizes political parties, permits return of some exiles
Men, women of space. Astronaut corps undaunted
The homeless and history
Master of tranquillity
Even in defeat, John Elway was one hard-to-corral Bronco
Giants dared to break their own mold in Super Bowl triumph
Howell Heflin will use skills honed as jurist in Senate's Iran probe
What drives this continuing Iran-contra story?
Wintertime gardening: sowing seeds and satisfaction
Report on the `disappeared'. Argentina struggles to come to terms with a brutal past
China Academy of Sciences shaken
Finding out what makes us tick.
Compassionate drama about seaside workers
Hard line at Citibank irks third-world debtors and other US banks