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Monitor Archive for March 6, 1987

PURSUING THE IDEAL OF A CENTRAL EUROPE
Hoover and the FBI. Story of a crime fighter
Versatility marked Danny Kaye career
LITERARY FICTION
In Pentagon lingo, `concurrency' is why B-1B has been delayed. But the wait is not a problem, says Air Force
Aid makes inroads into Africa's crisis. But rising debt eats away at early gains in food production and health
Origins of the Constitution. Freedom's blueprint
Singles find a house can be a home, even for one
Going forward in Washington
Ghana: the price of freedom. Nation struggles to regain wealth it once knew
`Buddy system' gives first-year teachers support from veterans
Cross-country equipment changing radically; World Cup update
Blackbird spring
Deukmejian a reluctant kingmaker
`American apartheid'?. Impoverished families: they are us
NOW IN PAPER
For children. Learning about the granddaddy of the US government
Fine art and antiques go Dutch. International fair in the Netherlands celebrates its third year
Winter rain
Track record
Expectations
Air Force chief sees compliance as vital issue in arms talks
POPULAR NOVELS
NEW-OLD ROLE MODEL. Peking propagandists bring back their '60s hero: Lei Feng
Detecting limits
USS Monitor. Return voyage for a watery relic?
Union joins effort to influence Mexico's next presidential choice
Vatican II reviewed 25 years afterward
Editor's essay. Stanley Kunitz: `American freethinker'
Politics of dissent. In the name of liberty: where protest ends and rebellion begins
Travel. Tales of the Americas, north and south
If Dukakis runs for president, what happens to the Bay State?