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Monitor Archive for March 3, 1987
`Traditional' is back - at a price
`Kvetch': British-Yiddish satire
Honeymoon in Paris. ``It's too obvious,'' said the bride-to-be, but this couple decided to head for the touristy spots anyway - and found a lot that...
The Constitution - economic rights and opportunities
Then the well ran dry
HUMAN RIGHTS . East-bloc abuses: regionwide trend or isolated cases?. Attack on top Romanian dissident fits bleak pattern, some rights watchers say
How analysts sniffed options scam
Apartheid under attack. Black dissent on the rise, though violence eases
Afghan talks show `long haul' lies ahead. Analysts see need for direct resistance, Soviet role in peace talks
Jewish relief group stresses its nonpolitical, nonsectarian role. Young organization has $1 million budget, projects in 10 countries
I ain't a prude, Part 2
Who lines them up at the Kremlin?
`The presidency?' `No thanks!'
Well `armed' Angels will make strong pitch for another title
The process of change has begun
While Beirut burns, skiing and style survive
Denmark-bound Keillor chats about his plans
Keeping track of scrapped missiles. Proving Soviets stick to proposed limits will be hard, US officials say
US tobacco firm presses hard to open overseas markets to snuff
What happened, and where it points
Good films, bad physics. South Dakota professor takes Hollywood to task to help teach high school science
Sudan: short-term gains, long-term disaster
Hamilton stars in spy series on CBS
In vigil on inside trading, computer blips upstage human tips