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Monitor Archive for November 19, 1987
US officials warn of renewed famine in Ethiopia
Responding to AIDS as a global emergency
In praise of B&B's
In Egypt and Israel, disappointment overtakes promise of Sadat's 1977 visit
Battling AIDS in Africa: Kaunda sets an example
`Dirty Dancing': a second look at a big box-office hit
News In Brief
Soviet acceptance of large Bible shipment may signal policy change
How Columbia River salmon run the gauntlet
Charged up over rates, cities may buy electric plants
On the brink of loss in Britain
Social security: a sacred cow budget conferees dare not touch. Politics, poverty, and clout of elderly make Washington steer clear
Bring geography back to American universities
DIVIDED KOREA. S. Korean democracy: How will unpredictable North respond?
Sparks fly over free-trade issue in Canada. Public support dwindles as critics decry accord
A hearty `aye' for the social graces. We're starved for traditional values, says arbiter of America's manners
Sendak's `Wild Things' on operatic stage. City Opera pairs it with minor Mozart work
Capital's adversaries find middle ground. Onrushing events have created a wave of compromise in Washington, with Democrats and Republicans laying as...
Safety in the air
`Secrecy vs. democracy'
An end to fish fights?
Icy report on Iran-contra. Congressional panels hold Reagan responsible for fostering a climate that was conducive to `secrecy, deception, and disda...
`Panics' vs. `corrections'
Minority report takes strong issue. Denies there was general disrespect for the rule of law
Level 42: British rockers with jazz roots ride high in US
WORTH NOTING ON TV
A dispute with your broker? You may have to rely on arbitration
Iran's next offensive aims for victories in Iraq - and at UN. Iran hopes renewed land war will wring diplomatic concessions
Our dessert with Andr'e
Plotting an economic course after `Black Monday'. For time being, economy seems to be rolling along
Fins vs. turbines. Interest groups backing fish and hydroelectric dams join together to save salmon population in the Columbia River
In Poland, the dollar goes up and up. Poles look to greenback for living standard the zloty can't provide
Page 1 news: a male club that still bars most women
Congress's recommendations on future covert actions
Morals and public money. In a pluralistic society, it is best for government to leave ethical and spiritual education to the private sector