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Monitor Archive for October 15, 1987
In Colombia, death is routine as political violence soars
The account that combined - then changed - financial services
Honoring film history for its own glitzy sake
Big boost for year-round schools. But L.A. move brings concern about family impact
A personalized account of the airlift of Jews - from Ethiopia
The young Europeans, et al.
Peru's Maoist rebels target ruling party. Guerrillas turn to selective assassinations to create instability
20 miles of early Americana
Blacks who won't budge. S. Africa township dwellers say removals go on under new guise
Argentine leader moves to put brakes on runaway inflation
Bush and history
Milestone for Maestro Solti - Chicago style. The city has just thrown Sir Georg a week-long birthday party culminating in a gala concert that brough...
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Would Casey have struck out with a corked bat?
Jamaican faces uphill battle. Despite upswing in economy, Seaga not expected to win unprecedented third term
Big Ten race altered by upsets; Sooners score whopping wins
Mending socks and tales of Africa
War-weary TV hands in El Salvador: a tough look
Ethiopian famine revisited
Haiti's presidential campaign is clouded by violence. US legislator worries that voters will be intimidated by killings
Tom Kelly hits jackpot in first full season as Minnesota's manager
Washington looks for a way to bottle up litter
George in the ring
A REGION IN CONFLICT. A CLOSE-UP VIEW OF WHIE-RULED SOUTH AFRICA AND ITS NEIGHBORS
South Korea: Roh's imagemaking . . .... and the Bush factor
Britain's new economic muscle brings respect, some boasting
Women as travelers in the 1800s
Creativity in government
Iran, cornered in Gulf, torn over whether to hit back at US