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Monitor Archive for May 11, 1987
In wake of talks, Japan moves to:
The Barbie case: reigniting debate on WW II history. Former Nazi's trial renews bitter memories for French
Reindeer herders in Soviet east cling to nomadic life
Whom did Secord serve?. Line blurs between his interest, official service
Private rights and public responsibilities
It all took more than a century
Thatcher leads as Britain revs up for elections
Cheering up Chekhov
S. Africa's road to `security'
Political arrests ignite opposition to Moi in `the year of discipline'
Opera-in-the-round delights audiences, challenges singers. Some talent from the Met travels to Denver to help out
Excerpts from Hart's farewell speech
Christian Science Church adds to roster of broadcast activities
City's birthday gift: one room for every adult?
`The Arts of Japan'. The Metropolitan Museum opens a new gallery for rotating exhibition of some 15,000 objects
Now is the most important time
Model children. Behind the scenes with an agency that puts kids in front of cameras
Tips for parents
Rowers, readers, and rebels. How American college student experience has changed over 300 years
Hungarians honor Swede who saved Jews from Nazis. Monument unveiled despite past Soviet disapproval
The `second wave'. Small towns think Japan
An open presidential race
The d'ecor past which Nijinsky danced
Anderson shares pitching/pennant theory; Bowa primed to manage
Tories plan for third Thatcher term. Optimistic party officials forecast a quick Cabinet shuffle
Barbie trial calls up war ghosts
What we expect of ourselves, what we expect of our leaders
Japanese factories help out a battered industrial region
Japan's embarrassment of riches could bring problems in the future