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Monitor Archive for October 19, 1987
UNESCO nominee: US return essential. Controversial UN agency finally settles on new leader, but US says that's only a start in process of revitaliza...
Falwell molds better publicity for himself out of PTL's rubble. PTL LEADERSHIP VOID
Thoughts from Kay Willis on raising children in the '80s
American screenprints - and some modern Chinese paintings. Exhibition traces progress of medium from early debates to today's positive enthusiasm
Back to drawing board for NFL players. Union leaders hope lawsuit will succeed where strike failed
Shultz will press Soviets for unity on Gulf peace plan. Moscow foot-dragging on a new UN effort frustrates US
Burkina Faso: more moderate rule expected from coup leader. Compaore likely to have better ties with neighbors than Sankara did
Delay of life: what penalties for NFL's castaways?
US agrees to sell antiaircraft missiles to Chad in bid to defeat Libya
Rising rates, stubborn deficits bring a chill wind to Wall Street
Kenya's `hot sun workers' create jobs nation desperately needs. Small-scale loans to urban entrepreneurs help cut unemployment
John Adams and his `Nixon in China': Could this be another `Porgy and Bess'? Opera to have its first performance in Houston this week
One in the line of dancers
Move over kitsch: this is Moscow. Socialist Realism makes room for avant-garde art
S. Korean wows his hometown. In campaign kickoff, Kim Young Sam aims for big crowds to rival emotion of the other Kim's supporters
PBS: `Trying Times' and `Ring of Truth'
Economic fashions may be nothing more than cosmetic changes
Letters from Tahiti: Jenni's wedding
Nicaraguan reforms: superficial? Despite new freedom for press and parties, nature of leadership remains same
Top-heavy school staffing. Almost as many nonteaching professionals as teachers
`Young Turks' say no thank you
Twins have all the fun in opener as `Domeball' makes Series debut
One last game before the snow flies. City kids take skelly and double-dutch right up to winter's door
Motherhood is a career to Kay Willis. Her Mothers Matter program helps, advises perplexed parents
Reluctant US faces broader military role in the Gulf. Iran finds ways to frustrate US tanker escort operation
How British magazines pictured the Jews in Victorian times
Candidates avoid issue of homosexual rights. Among those seeking the presidency, only Jesse Jackson has openly supported civil rights demands of gay...
Khrushchev `just wasn't thinking'
Congress and the Gulf. The case against invoking the War Powers Resolution
Is society entering a new `Age of Ethics'?
Congress heads for collision with Reagan over tax boost. Democrats want higher taxes to avoid Gramm-Rudman cuts