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Monitor Archive for December 29, 1987
Confirming a Supreme Court nominee. Ideology should not be a term of opprobrium
Our cartoon survey: an official report
Forecast for US: slow growth in '88
They who serve - remembering the armed forces
Poland helps and hinders entrepreneurs. Officials want efficiency, but are wary of threat to communism
Dollar `sinking into the sunset'. Nations' plug for stability has little effect
`Broadcast News' - the year's suprise comedy hit
Order in our lives
East-bloc travelers are stepping out
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Bailout of Canadian brokerage nearly swamps insurance fund
Happy New Year!
Sorting through Victorian verse
Despite government action, rights abuses rise in Guatemala
Applying pressure to states that sponsor terrorism
Thousands held by US would be freed if they would `go home'
Economic growth and 1988: no need for a recession
Superb exhibition of rare Raphael drawings
`One fine day after Gorbachev came to power ...' Soviet author says he can write on urgent issues more freely now
Reagan in 1987: a year of survival
News In Brief
The blending of religion and medicine
Newtonian physics falls short in studies of gravitational law
Shrinking US car market hits foreign-owned `transplants'. Some newer Japanese plants on endangered list
Cuban detainees wonder what prison revolt won. Lawyers say basic rights still denied
Henry Moore: drawn to sheep
What's softer - and more expensive - than a cashmere sweater? One made from qiviut, the fleece that's gathered and spun from the Alaskan musk ox
The case for the old order
Afrikaners' bond holds firm despite varying views of future. As black unrest cools, Afrikaner power is reasserting itself. The Afrikaners' sense of...
Te Kanawa and Irons sing `My Fair Lady'
Films, not `star wars'
Toughness with terrorists is bringing results, US official says
Gene bank keeps building blocks of wonder crops
Tough times ahead for Alfons'in. Argentine opposition bucks economic and political plans
Caribbean haven for lovers of sea lore. Antigua port offers winning combination of history, sun, sand