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Monitor Archive for October 16, 1987

Little things - good and bad - are often magnified in World Series
English antiques. John Bly is bullish on selling pieces of the past
Feeding the world. As the UN marks World Food Day, mankind faces the perplexing spectacle of both famine and surplus. Future farms: bigger, and poss...
Nailing down the numbers on US students and schools
Esprit de vinegar
Long-term outlook for economy turns darker. Interest rates continued to rise yesterday, spelling trouble for the bulls on Wall Street and the econom...
World food progress
China joins the club in battle to keep `neighbor' in line
`The Cat's Whiskers'
The market sends a message
The GOP revival of the '80s
Feeding the world. As the UN marks World Food Day, mankind faces the perplexing spectacle of both famine and surplus. Intensive `micro-farming' may...
Bruce Babbitt: an intellectual rides out of the West
How a little imagination gave little boosts to US-Japan trade. Minnesota chopstick maker finds Japanese eager to import his quality waribashi
Humility in business
Feeding the world. As the UN marks World Food Day, mankind faces the perplexing spectacle of both famine and surplus
Interest rate hikes cloud market's future
FREEZE FRAMES
Indian Army risks being mired in war it's ill-equipped to fight
Woodward's account of the impenetrable Casey and the CIA
Lies about the US
Cardinals and Twins meet along the Mississippi in World Series. St. Louis enjoys tradition of excellence; Minnesota knows woes
Cat walking
Boston Ballet: `Giselle' shaped in two distinct styles
South Korean says crowds `force' his candidacy
How a little imagination gave little boosts to US-Japan trade. Winning a bureaucratic battle to import more mandarin oranges for the holidays
English antiques. Resales, estate sales keep the marketplace bulging
Legal chess game in Swiss courts delays Iran-contra investigation
Of ancient Egyptians and baseball
`Hope and Glory': a director's memoir. The London blitz as seen through youngsters' eyes
Jaffna residents trapped in siege