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Monitor Archive for April 20, 1987
Reform looks attractive to budget-weary Congress
The Milwaukee Brewers in first place? You have to be kidding!
Naples spearheads revitalization in southern Italy
Activists make US policy toward South Africa a campaign issue. Candidate positions on apartheid made `litmus tests' in full-page ads
Studies hint at link between TV, creativity
Mineral water craze makes big splash in its home market - France
Tampa, `sitting on a keg of dynamite,' tries to end violence
When art and craft intertwine
Investors who can stay aboard market's wild ride could be headed for big gains
Government calls for inquiry into Harrods takeover
Train station history for railroad fans
PBS stations will air two moving Holocaust documentaries
Starting from a different place
Tribute to Carnegie Hall greats - past and present
Children, TV, and creativity: can they mix?
First of two articles on today's teen-agers. Teen-agers today: on the edge of a moral vacuum. Actions of elders, more than rock lyrics, shape outloo...
In Britain, good advice is right at hand
Composer Satoh stretches meaning of `new music'
Behind-scenes bid to end Angola war draws wide cast of players. Participants work toward reopening of strategic rail line as first step
Picking on Paul Volcker
Let the investor beware - a tale of gold-hawker self-interest
A vote for Joe Morgan as manager; Durocher on Robinson's debut
Upgrading defenses to meet any hostile force
Wall Street's other black eye: brokers who deal for drugs
You don't have to leave London to enjoy the traditions of Britain's small market towns.
SHANGHAI MAYOR. How a major Chinese city tackles the challenge of changing times. Mayor Jiang sees need for faster development - and a firm hand
PLO seems set to take harder line. Feuding factions expected to unite at Algiers meeting
Tan chats about music
MINORITIES IN JOURNALISM. Discrimination verdict highlights scarcity of blacks in media. Makeup of news staffs `should reflect' nation's minority po...
China's voters head to the polls under new elections laws. But Communist Party retains control of candidates' selection