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Monitor Archive for November 13, 1987
High tech wins out in duel in the sun. SOLAR POWER ROLLS ON
New England ski resorts come of age
International law in the Gulf
Taos. On these trails even experts can benefit from a few lessons
Extradition law injects sour note into Anglo-Irish ties
Opposition leader forms new party
UN chief: fed up with Iran? He may drop peace efforts over Iran's foot-dragging
Making deadbeat dads and students pay up in Massachusetts
US report card puts pressure on the airlines to arrive on time
Jungle vacation in Costa Rica. There's no TV, radio, newspapers, or telephone. But here's an exciting chance to live the vicarious life of a Roger T...
More than a quick fix
News In Brief
Weak dollar brightens trade picture. American export rise creates jobs
Knitting pizazz! This ancient craft has a thoroughly modern look these days as designers experiment with vibrant colors, unusual textures, and natur...
Nolte displays versatility as ex-con-turned-playwright
Democracy - sometimes it can bring you to tears
Otherwise, what is snow for?
Religion in world politics
Finding health in God
Anglo-Irish agreement hits two-year mark. Accord keeps sides talking, but hasn't built bridge authors envisioned
Freeze Frames. A weekly update of film releases.
Stockbrokers' Sam Spade runs down investors who skip out. Credit clearinghouse extra busy after October margin squeeze
All eyes on US to put its financial house in order
Some books for enthusiasts
The oldest two-wheeler we know
US firm scores against Japanese giant. As competitiveness becomes a focus for cutting the US trade deficit, a ruling against a Japanese corporate gi...
Aspen. Winter fun for skiers and nonskiers alike
Air Force to test for radon gas at bases worldwide
Bisques and wickets: the ABCs of croquet
Author discovers what it's like to be among the `cat-owned'
Costa del Sol--an affordable spot in sunny Spain
Alcohol addiction raised as a defense in legal actions. Issue is whether alcoholism is an illness or a character defect
Attacking the Eiger - on skis. At Grindelwald resort, skiers ride up cog railways, take in the views, then glide down across vast glaciers
Bargain packages for the weekend traveler
Wit and music by a P.D.Q. Bach gone pop. And - a well-acted romantic comedy, sentimental and trendy
Brown emerging as Heisman favorite; bowl bids go out this weekend
The lilt of Jamaica
World-class chess as a spectator sport. PBS televises analysis of Kasparov-Karpov match
Brazil's nuclear secret
Learning lessons from China's missionary schools. Scholars see interest in liberal arts education legacy
Tightening the reins on US intelligence. The Iran-contra affair has spawned Senate sentiment for bills that would ensure tough congressional oversig...
Chess on grass. There's a newcomer to the sports world: intercollegiate croquet, a game that demands a keen eye, and a sharp stroke, and mental pois...
On the hustings with Kim Dae Jung. S. KOREA CROWD PLEASER
Ducking politics, leader talks business. INTERVIEW WITH LOUIS FARRAKHAN