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Monitor Archive for October 13, 1987
Needed at today's Stratford Festival: vision and excitement
Overcoming a preoccupation with self
Iran loses ground in efforts to woo small Arab Gulf states. Qatar edges from neutrality to closer Saudi ties
Protect the ozone layer
For 21 days, Navajos hardly know whose clock to get up by. TUBA CITY'S TIME WARP
Who owns the past? A Utah museum curator wants Harvard to return Indian artifacts
Lonely Japanese wives, high-tech kids, and the future of civilizations
Conflicting visions underlie Tibetan turmoil. An ancient theocratic society is confronting its Chinese rulers with a persistent cry for independence...
Investors learning the ropes overseas. Sorting out foreign regulations, customs often worth the effort
Floating exchange rates may have to be tied up somewhat
Cities strain under cost of AIDS care. Some 200,000 people demonstrated in Washington this week for homosexual rights and for more federal money to...
New views behind Moscow's flexible new diplomacy
Lessons from `Pogo' for the Bork debacle
East-bloc defectors meet with frustrations in the United States. They say that their `mission' to share their insights is ignored
Wearing out the words
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Spain welcomes end of safe haven for Basque terrorists in France
A wide-angle look at America's dance scene - all at once
Chinese leaders unite against foreign criticism on Tibet. But internal debate on policy may yet heat up
The proper fertilizer diet for fall-planted bulbs
Outspoken Hungarian communist calls for radical reform
Peru's nationalization of banks shakes business confidence. While some fear end of private property, Garc'ia sees small business gains
Leonard's slugging lifts Giants in bid for first pennant in 25 years
Change of view
Fall's the time to nourish trees. New root growth can benefit from transplanting, watering, and feeding
Libya-Algeria union now looks doubtful. Libya is trying to go to the altar again, this time with Algeria. But despite possible economic benefits, Al...
Coming of age in the '80s
Big-town beds, small-town prices. New York City's bed and breakfasts can cut the cost of overnight stays by 50 percent
A challenge to the average
No special prosecutors need apply
Princeton's `intellectual hotel' and its scholarly inhabitants