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Monitor Archive for October 23, 1987

Iran attack begs question of US Gulf role
Hu (and Li and Qiao) to watch for as Deng builds younger Politburo
Literature
Talent-rich Oilers should rule NHL again despite some key absences
Canadian stock markets battle turmoil, too
Economics
Cultural summit and relics' return rank high on Mercouri agenda
Whirlwind waltz on the campaign trail. In mind-numbing rounds of canned speeches and `photo ops,' reporters scurry after the political minutiae from...
From the village to the big city: a Haitian artist in Manhattan
FREEZE FRAMES
Out of defeat
Iran may be using upgraded Silkworms, defense experts say. SURPRISINGLY ACCURATE HITS
Writer of Spielberg fantasies tackles directing
A trend in US-Arab ties
Banning child-sweatshop imports. US bill would keep such third-world products out of US
Lyric Opera of Chicago season enriched by bold, new work. Philip Glass spectacle shares stage with Verdi and Gounod standards
Taming Tigers is only first step for India in Sri Lanka
Heirlooms of the Future. Britain's `new spirit' in crafts intrigues some, disturbs a few
Real grass sprouts anew on American sports fields
Motorcades, pro and con
US negotiators well trained for Moscow talks. For rail buff Shultz, nothing could be finer than dinner in the diner
Message to economic powers: remember '29, and work together. One key is to keep international trade flowing
A slice-of-Soviet-life `novel' by a former Moscow reporter
Women scholars get a boost
The sun rises over Sandia Crest
Takeover artists see fertile new landscape after market slide
Alas, poor Phineas...
Nicaragua's Indian rebels head home to bargain with Sandinistas
Nobel laureate in literature talks of glasnost and Soviet society
World Series returns to Metrodome for windup this weekend