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Monitor Archive for May 7, 1987
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Rebel, economic pressures prompt Suriname ruler to call election. But most people doubt Bouterse is ready to relinquish power
Mothers in the limelight
The night was mine
Protecting our children. Society should not use censorship to make ideas safe
Campaign debts: burden for politicians, problem for creditors
Winning and losing: how Nixon learned the game
Miami: a magnet for adventure and profits. Cubans, cocaine, and corruption create image
Specter of public unrest spurs Zambia to drop IMF-backed reform
Beat of a different strummer. Counterculture at home in little shop of rockers
Paul Taylor's playful, generational look at his dance `family'
The battle of the scandals
'85 Cliburn medalist debuts at Carnegie tonight. Philippe Bianconi finds prize a fine career boost
As the oil flowed out, prosperity and problems flowed in
Motherhood Past - seen through the pages of diaries
A singer who appeals to heart, ear, and mind
``Let every thing that hath breath...''
Reflections of a mother
Humane look at amnesty issue
The past hangs heavy over Japanese island of Okinawa. War legacy complicates long search for identity
After a smooth Day 1, is trouble ahead?
Commodity prices moving up. Tighter supplies are good for some, bad for others
BIOSPHERE II: TEST TUBE FOR EARTH'S FUTURE
China has stern words for neighbors on trade and border disputes
Common sense on Rotary
Building bridges between South Africa's warring parties
Lawyers bring Constitution home to Boston high schoolers
New in paper: literary fun, and classical Greek religion
East and West Germans find meeting ground in Prague. Czechoslovakia is conveniently situated between ideologies