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Monitor Archive for October 6, 1987
The tribulations of Robert Bork
DIVIDED HEARTS. As the demand rises for flexible jobs to allow mothers and fathers time to be with young children, some employers have found advanta...
Brazilians' confidence in the future fading. Economic crises and government weakness stir uncommon pessimism
An experimental stage director still finds a use for real actors. Jesurun reaffirms his fascination with live theater unenhanced by cinematic or ele...
Sikhs vie for upper hand in India's Punjab
Scientists probe the ozone hole for clues to its cause
Political upheavals unsettle Democratic candidates
Giants have pitching, Cards speed and experience in NL playoff
An exchange of art links Toledo and Leningrad museums
Milkmen of yesteryear
Superpowers talk - and that helps others
Le Pen helps France's far right gain spotlight. Right-wing extremist divides French conservatives as he vilifies Jews and foreigners
Bringing space exploration's history and future down to earth
Black leaders map strategy, plan agenda for 1988 elections. Seeking more leverage with the policymakers of both major parties
`Dream machine'. The author of `Future Shock' looks at how Japan prepares for `a radically changed future'
What made Biden stumble
Portugal preserves its long seafaring tradition. October proves ideal time for tourists to look in on Lisbon
Pressure for Chicago school reform outlasts four-week strike
Cheese to go
Subtlety, thy name is not camel
Why Americans miss out on valuable phone services
China sees embargo on Iran as last resort in efforts to end Gulf war