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Monitor Archive for January 5, 1987
French rail strikes put question mark on future role of unions. Strikers' message for unions: put workers before politics
Arts groups urge strong, sequential arts education
Canada's Stratford puts a theatrical `Mikado' on the road
A nine-year report card on Mehta as he takes a sabbatical year
Finding the federal footprints - from fiber optics to frying pans
Patience with people
Chronic trade deficit looms as big economic concern as '87 dawns
Don't fear the `depopulation bomb'
Cable-TV stocks should improve as cable subscriber fees rise
S. Africa press curbs: letter of the law less tough than feared. But it's the spirit that matters, leading writers to censor selves
Strangers in strange lands put profits in Paramount's pocket
TV specials look at teaching, dramatize forced retirement
Forging a life as a craftsman. Blacksmith Erwin Gruen of Chicago has lifted ironwork to the level of art
Military in top civilian jobs. In light of Iran-contra affair, observers ask if military produces people unsuited for high civilian positions
Looking to the 21st century - a Monitor agenda for action
Religion gains in Eastern Europe. Active minority, particularly of young people, is turning to church
S. African election: key indicator of support for Botha. Future of reform seen tied to incumbent policy and vote pull
Adult day-care centers becoming alternative to nursing homes. The service, like other domestic social programs, is expensive
Arab-American group decries `Arab-baiting' in 1986 elections. Says Arab Americans cannot fully participate in US politics
Army chief's election may erode Honduran support for contras. In vote, officers less supportive of US policy gained concessions
Attracting the `best and the brightest' to teaching
Blacks lack confidence in Queens probe. Victim of New York racial attack calls for special prosecutor
Don't throw out those Christmas cards!
How the US budget steers US business. As Washington giveth and taketh away, industries wax and wane
Cardinal's difficulties smoothed in Israel. But trip puts spotlight on rift between Vatican and Israel
Is gasoline behind your car problems?
Dome some home for Syracuse hoopsters
Faced with protests, Peking finds limits to its political control
India and the US: they're building new defense ties