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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1987
Boston Ballet makes a bid for national attention. Andersen fairy tales get lavish treatment in new production
Texas education reform threatened by budget crisis. But some leaders say state can't afford to scrimp on schooling
`The Boys from Syracuse' buoyed by Abbott's helpful presence
Todd Stottlemyre tries to pattern pitching career after his dad's
Of Euromissiles and Eurojitters
She's taking the institution out of `institution food'
Helping children - or controlling them?
Monet's radiant atmosphere
Touched by Africa
US war games leave Honduras unmoved - but not Nicaragua. US says exercise aims to better Honduran defense; Sandinistas worry it portends US invasion
Filipinos go to the polls
Brazil's leader shaken by economic and political crises
Barbie's trial - and France's
UNRESOLVED PROBLEMS. Philadelphia looks back on MOVE fire
How savers can ride up with CD rates
Glossing over it doesn't heal
NEW ALLEGIANCES. Election exposes myth about white South Africa
Counting the defectors
`Big Three' called to action. Economists urge joint US, Japan, W. German effort to steady exchange markets and trade imbalances
HAUTE CUISINE ON CAMPUS
JAPAN'S `SECOND WAVE': PART 3. Shelbyville works to change image of `lazy American worker'
Near Mt. St. Helena
Language and Bible images. Do new translations reflect the `newness' of the Word?
Poetry and its promoters bloom in Britain
US introspection baffles Europeans
As June deadline nears, many have yet to file new W-4 form
Spring planting the old-fashioned way