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Monitor Archive for June 1, 1987

Houston's Menil Collection prepares to open its doors. Modern art and antiquities are among museum's strengths
Argentine leader's handling of Army crisis could help party in vote. But economic decline may give opponents campaign ammunition
Cannes draws the stars - and the businessmen
Learning to take care of ourselves
A school-funds feud, and why it matters
JOAN MIRO. A beautiful, timely exhibition traces his evolution from promising young painter to modern master
The true reach of Elizabeth
Spreading desert threatens to bury a way of life
Vision
Some Wall Street analysts hoist red flags
White House avoids butting heads with Congress over Gulf. But many lawmakers wary of US plan to escort Kuwaiti ships
MIA talks in Vietnam end with no progress on Vessey visit
After boosting reserves, US banks are less likely to grant new Latin loans
Music in the boot of Europe - from Modena to Ferrara
Graduating with honor. One man's journey from the streets to the podium
In Italy, a mix of modern music and religion
Constitutional Journal
Peking students defy government at ballot box
Debate on teaching democratic values
Fake wicker looms large
Iran insists Gulf must be safe for everyone - or no one
Following songs of invisible birds
Foreman's latest play is his most complex and provocative
Europe warns Japan, US: mind your trade manners
Portuguese
Gorbachev shakes up the military
Nakasone tackles economic promises. Japan announces concrete steps to spur domestic spending
Peel, seeds, and all
The `flexible factory' reshapes American industry
How Seiko shows that time is money
Hold course on Mozambique
`Mini-budget' brings on a snap election
Filmmakers tackle safety issue. Even before `Twilight Zone' trial, Hollywood was seeking ways to make films responsibly
Central America peace plan to test Costa Rican leader. Arias plan stresses diplomatic initiatives