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Monitor Archive for May 1, 1987
SPYING. Panel: quit Moscow embassy
Taylor seems to turn his dancers loose in `Syzygy'
Schmidt's slugging beat goes on; Green Monster tempts hitters
US JUDICIAL APPOINTEE. Libertarian law professor slated for largest US appeals court. Opposition expected in Senate, but turndown is considered unli...
New biography of Beatrix Potter. Peter Rabbit's mom
Capital punishment: what Dostoyevsky knew
IRA desperation, Irish hope
Woven into a tree
TACKLING AIDS. Developing nation campaigns call for social responsibility
How people watching benefits shoemaking
An antiques dealer's quest for `harmony'
Thatcher presses point of principle: official secrets should be kept. But press accounts of spy memoirs make it harder to keep lid on
Bay State pay-raise proposal: too much for taxpayers to handle
Tales of enchantment. Drama and fantasy in rich folk tradition
Picture books. A wolf, a bear, and two frogs
Ward Just: estrangement, espionage, and ideology
`The Secret Garden' blooms
Does Soviet offer reflect historic change?
Sales of Reebok's fashionable sneakers still run at sprinter's pace
Trade-bill amendment pays off for Rep. Gephardt, win or lose
Committee votes to halt restart of `N reactor'
Puzzling days for NATO
How much change in Moscow?
`I am with thee'
Guatemala: a development dream turns into repayment nightmare. Touted high-tech dam saddles nation with high economic, social costs
A cult classic resurfaces. `Rameau's Nephew' is audacious, whimsical
West Berlin celebrates 750th without friends from the East
Which of the old to save?
For new readers. A springtime menagerie
Latin leaders: caught in the quandary posed by military power
Well-crafted drama based on Elizabeth Bowen tale
Peking's stricter eye on foreigners makes Chinese a little wary, too
Where the eucalyptus were
Detroit works to break cycle of school shootings
Baby boom boosts publishing. Bookshelves brimming
For young adults. Families shaped by love, not convention
Washington faces conflicts - one with friend, one with foe. But Japan trade friction and arms cuts with Soviets can be worked out
`Graceland's' grand finale. Discovering South African music, courtesy Paul Simon