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Monitor Archive for October 8, 1987
Syracuse Orangemen are red-hot; Gamecocks let upsets slip away
Thatcher's ambitious agenda seeks lasting reform
China sees US as role model for integrating the disabled. Deng Xiaoping's son leads campaign to improve facilities
US official endorses oil embargo against Iran. On Gulf visit calls boycott a moral issue
Companies seeking new locations set their sites on education
Peking protests US congressional efforts to support Tibet
A memoir of India that mirrors the last days of the British Raj
Bork ordeal spurs new scrutiny of judge selection. Reacting to the long and sometimes bitter hearings on the Bork nomination, some scholars and lawm...
The name and nature of God
Kremlin renews its attack on Brezhnev years. Soviet writer's pointed words are part of effort to strip late leader of glorified image
Talented teens...Olympic dreams
Original intent and Connecticut
Why should black Americans celebrate the bicentennial?
The bomb and South Africa
Abolish the death penalty for juvenile offenders. The issue before the Supreme Court is whether it is constitutional to execute persons who committe...
The importance of swans
The complex story of the Lavi
Coup rumors place Manila on alert
Philharmonic a responsive host to Sir Colin Davis
When the songs are over, `Sheboppin'' needs a little action
School strikes still affect nation's students
Museums' lighting becomes a hot topic. Smithsonian in conflict with architect's plan
NFL players give ground in strike talks with owners
Japanese plan nonmilitary support for Western efforts in Gulf
As Angolan war grinds on, foes take battle to diplomatic arena
Nations have ability to lessen impact of natural disasters. National Academy of Sciences urges UN to start 10-year plan
Israeli law professors draft a constitution for their country
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