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Monitor Archive for November 4, 1987
Moving carefully in Moscow
Vietnam fighter up in arms again. Country has been liberated but women have not, she says
U2 seen sending out mixed signals to fans
Stringing's just for starters. Ruby red cranberries are one of the season's most versatile foods
When insight took a back seat to `socialist realism'
Ah, to linger in Venice!
The suspense of descent
US and China clash over Gulf war, Tibet
The main attraction. Festive meals are a family affair - and for many, this means starting with a turkey
New look for old standbys: casseroles give traditional vegetables a lift
Boiled dinners, chowders, fresh from the source. Maine cuisine. American cooking is still regional cooking, full of the flavors and aromas of a cert...
Nuclear lobby pushing the door open to easier plant licensing. But industry admits it faces an uphill political battle
US attorney's inquiry harries Mayor Barry. CORRUPTION PROBE IN US CAPITAL
A scholar looks at the writing of history - both old and new
Unexpected pleasures. This holiday season, treat your guests to an untraditional buffet
Get with it, Sandinistas
RELIGION IN POLITICS: A GLOBAL PHENOMENON
Latvian delights. In this tiny country off the Baltic Sea, Christmas means traditional sweets
Keeping the covenant: the environment as a moral issue
The dashing Lord Percy and his little scarlet flower
Pervasive US role in Central America fosters dependency without alleviating social ills. US presence has influenced the lives of Central Americans f...
Put your trust in God
War marches toward Mozambique capital. Massacres and bombings signal rebels seek to cut off Maputo
Spice it up. Gingery desserts, many a family's favorite, add flavor to your holiday lineup
When the clock tolled against Kasparov
For many on brink of retirement, stock slump poses tough choices
An Old Salem Christmas
Gulf: get on with diplomacy
Ongoing debate over authentic clam chowder
Dickerson gallops for Colts after rift with Rams prompts trade
Turned down in Texas, Texaco appeals to Supreme Court