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Monitor Archive for November 5, 1987
JEWISH FUNDAMENTALISM - A NEW POLITICAL FORCE. Synagogue and state are still officially separate in Israel. But increasingly Jewish fundamentalists...
70 years of Soviet power. A balance sheet of achievements and shortcomings
Arias chalks up influence to `stubbornness'
Protecting our most important assets. Children's Defense Fund head backs federal child-care law
No spy charge in supercomputer theft
What quilt, what thread
Children and obscene material. The issue of how to balance the free access rights of adults against the responsibility of the state to protect child...
Congress considers boosting sanctions against South Africa. The Reagan administration and Congress are facing off over South Africa again. Legislato...
William Merritt Chase: open-air painter. His teaching figured in the development of some well-known artists
Signs of economic slowdown were apparent before October
Oriental self-portraits: an oral history of contemporary China
`Das Rheingold' - latest in Met's `Ring' cycle. Also, Puccini favorites `Tosca' and `La Boh`eme' continue in repertory
Japanese teens: not necessarily rocking to American rhythms
Greek-Americans shell out for Dukakis. Ethnic pride proves stronger than party ties or policy stands
Wall Street jolt fails to trigger hard decisions
Moon in tree
Law firms must work to overrule precedents of not hiring minorities
WORTH NOTING ON TV
At deadline, peace pact behind schedule but still has momentum. Legacy of militarization hard to shed. CENTRAL AMERICA
Reforming other nations
Reflections of a housebuilder
Voodoo economics and the crash of '87
News In Brief
Japan's spirited premier takes quiet look back. In wide-ranging interview, Nakasone is positive about foreign policy and economic record, but has so...
A new look
Reading the grass roots
Steady policy toward Manila
Afghan resistance stung by charges of arms trafficking to Iran. Mujahideen worry US may suspend shipments
Tuesday voting: new governors, familiar mayors, 70 propositions
Powell is a career Army officer
Two gospel musicals resound with joy and praise. `Don't Get God Started' and `Sing Hallelujah!' cheerfully promote spiritual values
Reality comes to Wall Street and brings a closer look at costs. `Black Monday' hastens reviews of personnel, overhead expenses
Arms control prospects could brighten under Carlucci
Globe-circling sailors pursue the ultimate getaway
Japanese bankei artist molds miniature landscapes of mud
Brazil braces for effects of global stock market turmoil
At deadline, peace pact behind schedule but still has momentum. US-Nicaragua standoff remains key. CENTRAL AMERICA