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Monitor Archive for May 4, 1987
How American money helped the IRA
Shultz discusses US foreign-policy outlook
In hectic gold pits, two traders find each other
Eyes on the cities
Officials seek ways to keep Stealth bomber program error-free
In Zurich, John Clifford has turned Rachmaninov into dances that pay tribute to three ballet troupes.
A quirky, artistic trip through the alphabet
Soviets may be crimping oil exports and aiding OPEC - but will it last?
Whitney Biennial: what's latest - and fashionable. But don't expect this show to be comprehensive
Senate compromise likely on trade. Few believe House's tough Gephardt amendment will survive
Arena Stage mounts Shaw play and US premi'ere of Irish drama
Serendipity in Berlin
Deer emerges as Mr. Longball of elated Milwaukee Brewers
No more a beggar with a bowl. The way to lend a hand to the world's homeless is to help them help themselves, says organizer
If blacks could vote, however ...
Street market treasures
Munchers on the go
Press ethics: add responsible self-restraint to a nose for news
Chicago braces for fine arts invasion. Dealers from around the world converge on Navy Pier
Antoni Gaud'i's cathedral
Colombia's bid to cut off drug-processing chemicals backfires
Intern program helps break `Catch 22' for teen job-seekers
Political maelstrom awaits Nakasone at home after US visit. Japan's premier faces tough fight to increase domestic spending
Despite interest rate hike, Wall Street approves of stable dollar
Rising tension in Angola heightens nation's reliance on Soviets. As US aids rebel forces, Moscow reaffirms support for African state
Neither a groundswell nor a revel
I hope so
`Instinct' guides busy floor trader
The Beagle Brigade. Coming soon to an airport near you: canine Eagle Scouts on the trail of agricultural contraband