Please see our Site Map for a guide to site content.
Monitor Archive for December 3, 1987
`The Women of the Regent Hotel'. Homeless women share feelings, memories, and hopes through poetry
E.F. Hutton's fall began long before market plunge
Starting down the book path
Atmosphere of suspicion troubles Kenya. Government actions foster tension among Kenyans and foreigners
Malaysia restricts an activist press. Prime minister justifies curbs as needed to avert racial turmoil
L.A. Council backs ban on real-looking toy guns
Bo Jackson, the slugger, makes bigger impact as NFL running back
Whale tales take kids `deep down where seaweed grows and fishes hide'
Wall Street debates: Is the specialist system outdated?
Truman Capote's novel: going from Aunt Sook to the jet set
Atrocities reported in Zimbabwe. US officials see hand of Mozambique rebels in attack on children
Wide gulf separates contra and Sandinista peace plans. CENTRAL AMERICA'S HOT SPOTS. Four months into the peace process, the region's most troubled c...
The sparkle in Japan's hardworking new leader
The UN, the third world, and the summit
Silence and the classroom
A worm in Browning's shadow
News In Brief
Promoting superpower trade
NASA's Galileo mission clears hurdles for Jupiter voyage. In flying past Venus, probe could learn much about `greenhouse effect'
As reform moves into critical stage, its enemies multiply
New Yorker wit in a Midwest accent. Calvin Trillin writes from front lines of America's back roads
What does it take to be a Christian?
Candidates' TV performance lacks luster. Bush still leads GOP; star quality continues to elude Democrats
US judge under fire defends his style, record. SPEAKING OUT
Bible heritage for young readers
The Golden Age. Fast changing channels. The future of TV News. Part 4
Static - and unfairness - at the FCC
Black violence grips S. African province. Conflict highlights political divisions within the black community
Hot lines spring up around the US for latchkey children. New phone services let youngsters who are home alone reach out and touch someone
Chicago's old guard makes a comeback
PEN: mixing with the glitterati but speaking for writers' rights with a strong, steady voice
After Iran-contra: lessons for the US
What really happened when Gorbachev fired his colleague. THE YELTSIN AFFAIR
Saving endangered children. Nurturing love, not new laws, needed to cement family ties