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Monitor Archive for March 12, 1987
Spiritual existence is not abstract
FitzGerald exit leaves new Irish premier without opposition ally. Haughey's tough plan for economy faces rough road
On stage: reliving historic turning points. Howard Fast's `Citizen Tom Paine'
Paul Johnson. `The most important thing which the first quarter of the 21st century will decide is whether the United States is in a pattern of decl...
Shop talk at Chrysler, AMC
Oil field dispute may cost Greece foreign investors
Indian women break the silence. Attitudes are slowly changing in a country that reveres tradition
Truman Doctrine to Reagan Doctrine, the fatal flaws
On stage: reliving historic turning points. William Gibson's `Miracle Worker'
Sharing an amiable discourse with a poet
The pleasure of his painting
British companies find it hard to cut big South African stakes
CITY HALL HOLDS THE KEY. Harlem's renaissance finds lots of friends, and a few foes
US says it will get tough with Japan on trade. Baldrige irked by Japanese compliance with semiconductor accord
`Close-up look' at a science superstar. Supernovas - breeding ground for Earth's chemical elements
Poland's `voice' serves up sarcasm with the news. Spokesman savages as well as informs reporters
This is Ariadne
SOVIET REFORM. What if Gorbachev succeeds? For the West, pros and cons: The USSR could become a tougher foe - or a better partner
US dismissal of suit may cloud Peking bond hopes