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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1987

America's romance with wicker. Evocative of a bygone era and carefree summers by the sea, woven furniture is enjoying a renaissance
Cleveland turns to an `old' industry to buff its image: the arts
Congress begins work on priority health and welfare legislation. White House plans to tighten rules for HMOs - the fastest growing sector of health-...
Bonaventure is for the birds
Where candidates stand on AIDS policy
Charting a course in the Persian Gulf
India moves to defuse tensions with China. Recent troop buildups spark debate in India on resolving border row
Winterthur. The American historic home of taste and style
Clipping to Victoria
Korea: the US role
Rio Grande ride. Floating the towering canyons between two countries
Reagan team debates whether Soviets are friend or foe in Gulf
With newspapers in US, UK, and at home, Canadian wants more
`The Witches of Eastwick' brought to screen
Payment in kind
Constitutional Journal
Teen-agers discover global ties
Craxi and De Mita: Italy's odd couple
`Subway gunman' trial winds down. Closing arguments paint very different pictures of Goetz
June is exam time for Soviet high schoolers. They face a battery of exams before getting their diplomas
In L.A., line blurs between street gangs and organized crime
Archaeological express. El Metro is an economical way to get around - and view Mexico City's artistic treasures
A Muslim girl's childhood in the final days of colonial Algeria
God didn't make sickness!
Milwaukee: new, old, and festive. Diversity - in cultures, traditions, food, architecture - is what this city is all about
South Africa conflict: lessons from Mideast?
Alluring Monhegan Island
New power-sharing chief promises `open agenda'
Fascinating close-up on Galapagos marine life
Don't hang 'em high: tips on buying, displaying art in your home
I'll send a check for $00.00
`Is it right?' went unasked by many Iran-contra participants
The seed
A new tack for banks?
Three weeks without the tube: a family experiment
Venice: a so-so summit
Sun Valley - `civilized wilderness'. The queen of ski resorts isn't just for winter vacationing. In summer, visitors come to `rough it' in comfort a...
Behind-scenes friend for American orchestras - and audiences