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Monitor Archive for November 3, 1987
Poll says Soviets want troops out of Afghanistan
Ginsburg would bring business background to Supreme Court. Former antitrust chief staked out free-market approach to mergers
From the `Magnificent Mile' to Mir'o - Chicago has it all. Today's two-career life styles can make lengthy vacations difficult. So, many families ar...
Serving the lodging push: cheap, quick preassembly
`Sugar and spice and everything nice'
An ancient fossil: Is it a reptile, is it a bird, or is it a hoax?
Stage presence that transcends a wheelchair. ACTOR NABIL SHABAN
China reform: full steam ahead. Deng loyalists sweep top posts and vow to speed up change
The cost of taking leave
Market woes heat up trade protectionism debate. `Conference' or `veto' in Reagan strategy
Who's who among China's top leadership
For Deng, China's leadership change is a vindication. SHAPING CHINA'S FUTURE
AS DUSK WAITS TO GLIDE IN AND THE MEADOW MISTS TO RISE
Even electricity is highly charged topic on West Bank
IMPORTS: POWERFUL AND PRICEY '88. Consumers will find more high-tech gimmickry and a wide range of choices
What the dickens! Tom Wolfe has written a New York novel
Secrecy vs. democracy. Moyers probes America's clandestine `shadow government'
It's against divine law!
Woody Herman remembered
C. America's stubborn roots of war. Skewed wealth, land distribution only worse after years of fighting
Disentangling the US foreign-affairs mess
Lakers bid to be first NBA repeat champions since '68-69 Celtics
What to do
Peru - pushing its economy to the edge
Soviet leader fails to boost bold reform. Speech takes unexpected tack in reassessing history
Painters of the Great Outdoors. A day in the sun for long-neglected landscapes of the Hudson River School
A troubled presidency
Motels pin growth to upscale frills, usual economy
The plight of young American intellectuals
Cities compost autumn leaves and Christmas trees
Capital gains, incentives for investors, and the tale of a soda straw
Cracks in the Austrian Empire
Public utilities desperate to recoup money invested in nuclear power
Today's market turmoil recalls depression era and start of a career