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Monitor Archive for October 30, 1987
`Lost' Graham dance gem shines again. `Celebration' given electrifying revival
California program rewards top teachers
Prestige prize for a principal. MacArthur grant honors Deborah Meier - and her innovative school
Two-year federal budget compromise in sight: then what?
Property owners will foot the bill for Boston Harbor cleanup
Reagan taps administration insider. High court nominee Ginsburg served under Meese in Justice Department
URBAN RENEWAL MINUS THE BULLDOZERS
Abu Nidal said to be active in Lebanon
A short history of Kreuzberg
Averting famine in Ethiopia gets tougher. Rebel attack on food convoy highlights need for uninterrupted aid
An open-minded exploration of an Alaskan `forest of eyes'
Lakers, Celtics look strong again as NBA prepares to launch season
Iran drops demands for changing UN cease-fire resolution
GOP - the '88 race begins
Dealing with a canny Moscow
Letting the world in
Central Americans allow more leeway for fulfilling peace pact. Nov. 5 is starting point for some provisions; deadline, for others
Labor tries to brush up its image, but with Teamsters back in fold, it will be tough
Last cuke on the vine
After Dow's fall, what future for futures market?
Act I: Unlocking inmates' anguish
Canadians flock to unintended bonus rate on savings bonds
US officials see hope for an end to brutality in Uganda. Nation's President has moved to end rights abuses, corruption
Summer on my coattails
Disease is disputable
Why Ronald Reagan remains calm in the eye of the storm. Optimism keeps him from facing flaws in his economic policies