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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1987
TROPHY TAKING. Hunting California's mountain lion: the opposition regroups
In search of wild horses. In a last little pocket of the untamed West, mustangs still roam free
Kilimanjaro. As we ascended, the terrain transformed, the vistas shifted, the climate cooled from tropical to frigid
Atop the Grand Teton. Wyoming's Exum school takes adventurers to lofty heights and teaches them to master mountains
Drama about courage of a downtrodden people
Wilderness canoeing. What better way to observe wildlife than from a wild river?
CHINESE POLICY: OPEN DOOR INWARD
Voters missed mark in choosing list of sports people with impact
LETELIER CASE. Conspirator in murder of Chilean diplomat receives sentence. US `aggressively' seeks indictments of more officers implicated
Causes and consequences of Polish parish priest's murder
Moscow and Washington: building a safer world
Hearings focus on money trail, Reagan
Books celebrate a variety of styles
Saudi attitude toward Iran show signs of hardening - slightly. Saudis seek to prevent more Iranian gains that could damage Iraqi and Arab morale
Pushing the Mideast peace process
Democrats ready challenges to Reagan on budget, arms control
How do we find personal safety?
Il sorpasso has Italians riding high
Closed banks worry neighbors
Ode on a sewing tin
Hard bargaining replaces rhetoric in arms control. NATO allies rethink weapons stands
Secord testimony stings contras. Internal disarray also forces rebel group to restructure
Coppola's `Gardens of Stone' on screen. Army's Old Guard duties at the core of war story
Home furnishings. Diversity's the word. Today's customers like to pick and choose from an array of styles
Will the real copy cat please stand up?
Teaching `small is beautiful'. Parent-run village school offers alternate education model
Serendipity safari. With a lot of curiosity but not much money, you can explore one of Africa's wildly beautiful game reserves