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Monitor Archive for November 27, 1987
Stanford athletes' drug-test victory puts NCAA on defensive. California ruling limited, but expected to have wide impact
India struggles to climb economic ladder out of poverty. Finance official: country's ability to feed self in drought is proof of gains
Women hopefuls face money dearth. CAMPAIGN FINANCE
Turks head to polls in first free election since '80 coup
Exhibit helps Dallas come to grips with JFK slaying. Stream of visitors to site has attested to world interest in historic event
Soviet reporters try American journalism
Odyssey with the Afghan resistance. HOSPITALITY AMID WAR
New face for a famed neighborhood. Grand Central Partnership aims to create a spirited, urbane district in heart of Manhattan
Choir loft in the sky. St. Thomas boys' school has new, high-rise home
Pear tree in December
Think of colors!
Soviet leader's visit to US is unlikely to foster second superpower d'etente. Many Americans, for a host of reasons, resent his visit
Weinberger leaves his post but keeps his views. Former defense chief backs INF pact
Miami braces for a new wave of Cuban 'emigr'es. CUBANS IN THE US
Latin leaders seek unity on debt. Contadora moves beyond peace bid to other issues
Guided by omnipotence
Opponents will challenge Massachusetts tax cap law in court
Glass-Steagall makes sense
The scurrying candidates
British `building societies' fare better than S&Ls in US
USSR: today and yesterday
A week in the life of a media-watcher
IRA reported to get huge arms shipment from Libya. But terrorism experts are at a loss to explain the massive deliveries
Take a look at a picture book. Handsome gifts for children. Like a good story, picture books never seem to grow old to children. The selection this...
Home decorating: tips on making a lot out of a little space
Gorbachev's international agenda
Georgia Southern seeks another title; Heyward is rushing leader
Haitians look forward to long-awaited election despite violence. Backlash against `Duvalierist' thugs indicates that public supports elections
Ellington: a jazz improviser whose instrument was his orchestra
S&Ls brace for new round of challenges. US savings-and-loans and British building societies have similar histories: financing homes. Today, both hav...
New Right gropes for old momentum. Disappointed by Reagan, movement leaders plot political comeback
Zaire film winning world audiences. `La Vie est belle' features country's leading pop star
Well-acted revival of Williams's `Milk Train'
Archer's whodunit knocks 'em dead in London. The audience serves as jury in the novelist's popular courtroom drama