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Monitor Archive for May 6, 1987
Novel of decadence brought to stage in import from Britain
Champion in many realms
Miami tries to overcome unappealing image
For Nakasone, a low-key welcome home. Final assessment of US trip hinges on Japanese market reactions
Illustrations of the muse in the artist's imagination
Profanity: why not heal it?
US aid cut prompts Turkish leader to delay US visit
ASK THE GARDENERS, Questions & Answers
Key private player Richard Secord
A Norwegian tradition. For families in the US as in Norway, traditional foods herald Constitution Day
Baden-W"urttemberg: productive W. German state earns its praise
Offbeat movies: clay and dreamlike logic
Strawberry season's here, and what better way to start a day?
Two views of British Foreign Office politics and personalities
Peres puts himself on a limb with his Mideast peace plan
`Living in truth' is path to reform, say East-bloc dissidents
Blue-chip outfield trio paints rosy future for resurgent Reds
Then it struck me funny, too
Previn settling in with L.A. Philharmonic. His two-year tenure has resulted in innovations - and some criticism
Poverty is the key factor in illegitimate births. Study of Census Bureau data shows that race plays much less of a role
Muni fund roller coaster will open up your eyes, but it's no reason to panic
BEARING WITNESS TO A BROKEN HOMELAND
Reagan's shift on arms gets a chilly reception from Soviet officials. Moscow's main objection: offer would let `star wars' research go on
What role for the US abroad?
Secord: White House `approved my conduct'. Hearings to focus on constitutional questions
A painter who knows when to stop
Another game by Karpov shows relentless grip of his planning
Mrs. Reagan defends White House role
The press on trial
Nothing like a river