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Monitor Archive for February 24, 1987
It's tough to control currencies
Funding mathematical research. Mathematical society will ponder moral issue of using defense department money
Best-selling book depicts two sides of controversial Bob Knight
KGB: Soviet state's most powerful arm
`Sweet Table at the Richelieu' on stage. Ronald Ribman's play struggles to dramatize weighty questions
Teaching tidiness, one step at a time. Methods true, but oft untried
Congress eyes menu of budget cuts. Will lawmakers fiddle with Gramm-Rudman targets?
Reasons for hope in South Africa?
Will Haughey last a year? Economic woes mean he may not. New Irish leader hamstrung by weak mandate
In bid to diversify, Mexico seeks US plants farther inland
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
The new Democrats
Arab Gulf states rethink US dependency - and dependability. After US-Iran deal, Arabs see need for self-sufficiency
Debt moratorium gives Brazil's Sarney room to breathe
John Dos Passos on the Wright brothers
THE DOLLAR ACCORD. Japan's chief of finance is all smiles after Paris pact. Tokyo emerges as main beneficiary - but there still is work to be done
The tomato's firmly rooted popularity. And the vegetable owes it all, some say, to Colonel Johnson's heroic act
Now it's `bundlers,' not `fat cats'
Reaping a dual harvest: tomatoes and potting soil
People who rip off Uncle Sam pay the `conscience fund'
Make peace! I'm getting hungry
Apartheid's new foes: defectors from ruling party
Benetton knitwear a family affair with 4,000 far-flung shops
Fireside chat with Mr. Speaker
On the wing
Tracking down a mystery writer in the Caribbean
Year of uncertainty for Pacific nations. Region is in political flux as countries debate reform