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Monitor Archive for October 21, 1987
A political - as well as economic - miracle for Seoul?
Reform-minded East-bloc leaders question old Marxist `truths'
Cleaning up the firms that remove asbestos. EPA requires contractors which work in schools to pass training course
Mold-breaking Kirby Puckett a long-ball masher for Minnesota
Raul Manglapus: man of the hour for Manila
`Anything Goes' shows its lasting appeal. Also on New York stage: a Lanford Wilson play
Renewal at UNESCO
Japanese dances: intriguing ambiguity
A spy thriller teaches the cost of US involvement in Lebanon
Takeshita takes charge
Bay Staters push proposals to open US doors wider for Irish entrants. IMMIGRATION BID
Rag-tag Mozambican Army gets boost from British trainers
A matter of perjury - or was it?
Looking at the Bible as literature
Gulf tension prompts calls for new look at US policy. Study faults reflagging effort, but says UN role is best way to end war
Some stock-battered investors see municipal bonds as possible shelter
After the plunge comes search for recovery. US officials feel confident that 1988 will not repeat post-1929 depression
Some opinions on opinion polls
Mr. Burbank, meet Mr. Ford and Mr. Edison
Yugoslav play produces surprises
Behind rhetoric, moderate reactions to attack on Iran. Iran ready to concede that West has valid role in Gulf
Staying calm in economic crises
Sound of falling stocks heard round the world. Global moves to rescue stock markets
Now what? Investment gurus suggest refuge in cash and bonds
Feminist leader hits the road to recruit sympathetic candidates. Too few incumbents support women's agenda, Smeal says