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Monitor Archive for April 14, 1987
Possibilities raised by multiple screens lure a stage director
Treasures of Londinium
Vacations that combine adventure with research. `Earthwatch' team films Brazilian fest
Judge delays decision on Hinckley visit
Egypt readies for lively parliamentary term. Opposition gains in recent vote expected to bring Islamic law debate to fore
Composer Kitaro gaining attention in US. Japan's leading New Age artist says music should `set one free'
Cecil Beaton: an Oscar-winner's biography
Tub garden can be a half-barrel of fun
Rose Macaulay on archaeology in Athens
Manila: security and grass-roots political activism
Endangered bridges. Links to the past, or barricades to the future: Will this county burn its (covered) bridges?
Constitutional themes - for real presidential debates
It is time to remember Smoot-Hawley
For companies, bankruptcy has pluses and minuses
Reggie Jackson back where he began major league odyssey
Can Tunisia keep radical neighbors at bay?. Ability to fend off Libya, Algeria in post-Bourguiba era questioned
India's Gandhi besieged by critics in wake of aide's resignation. Move seen as lending strength to accusations of ruling party graft
Students ask for nuclear forum on TV
Economic winds slow Great Lakes ships
Elections compound Nakasone's troubles. Prime minister admits his tax plan to blame for party's poor showing
Who is your enemy?
A renewal for Reagan?
Texaco's new chapter
A new radar device could warn drivers of road hazards
Texaco buys time in filing for bankruptcy protection