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Monitor Archive for May 12, 1987

Why the rush to accept the Reagan-Gorbachev arms plan?
ASK THE GARDENERS, Questions & Answers
Swim for survival
Playing an old game - with some new rules - in the Philippines. Far from Manila, landowner feuds disrupt first post-Marcos vote
Kathrine Switzer leads the advance in women's distance running
More than a drop in the bucket. Dry year spurs Bay Area to promote water conservation measures
Frances Hodgson Burnett's plot thickens
Constitution city
Mr. Bailey chats with Mr. Sugimoto
Israelis weigh peace parley. But early elections unlikely despite Cabinet split
Waste places and heaven
Fallout from the Hart flap
Political geography
Things to see in Philadelphia
Making music with a bevy of bells. Carillonneur Robert Pfleiderer likens his art to a `sermon in bells'
A treaty for the seas
Hot hands, cold feet
Balancing ecological and economic realities for life on Earth
Crew-cut Eddie
Nannies at the ready
Poles propose weapons cuts for Central Europe. Initiative seen as bid to restore country's international image in the wake of martial law
Don't mess with success, says Constitution scholar
Contra probe puts heat on State official
PRESS UNFAIR TO HART?. Polls show public concern; experts back tough scrutiny
JAPAN'S `SECOND WAVE': PART 2. How Seymour won Aisin Seiki
Time to watch the garden grow
Congressional Democrats seek to keep Salt II alive, slow SDI. Success seems unlikely, but political gains are expected if Reagan vetoes arms efforts