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Monitor Archive for May 20, 1987
Egypt asserts need for PLO role in Mideast peace talks
Attack on Stark shows US military isn't `trigger-happy'
Parking the garbage barge. Floating reminder of national waste problem
Rome's philosopher-politician. Finding the ideas of Marcus Aurelius, in his time and in ours
The West's Gulf role
Failures of `war-time' socialist economy prompt a rethinking in Vietnam
Honduras: risks to democracy
Constitutional drama. Washington's wrangle over the meaning of the ABM Treaty
The all-time reading job
Real estate investing for toe-dippers
Versatile watercress isn't just a dainty drawing room delicacy
Is poetry irrelevant?
Other ethnic foods and produce also abound at the busy Reading Terminal Market
When Hollywood meets the Sandinistas ...
How TV's No. 1 network courts Madison Avenue. Advertisers have far more clout than viewers in shaping a season
Judging the jury
Consumerists warn of hidden dangers in home equity loans
Measure in Congress would pressure Romania on human rights. Critics of Bucharest want to suspend its preferred trading status
E. Berliners celebrate 750th - and looser purse strings
Small grants go a long way
Britain's Tories offer `revolution'. Labour counters with promise of `war' - on poverty
Farmer's market in Philly. Where the Amish and Mennonites sell their delectable fare
Raines's splashy return to action amazes; prompts lively ball talk
Two who triumphed over terror. Books by former hostages in Lebanon are spiritual odysseys of trial, suffering, forgiveness, and eventual freedom
Fiction: Lopate's elegy to the city
Life in the hand of God