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Monitor Archive for June 19, 1987
`Mansion-style' decorating reflects glamour and luxury of the past
Dictator allies embarrass US. Washington's dilemma: how to foster freedom without losing friends
Special-prosecutor law comes under fire. Administration, Congress clash over separation of powers
Conscience and the graduate
Is Reagan missing the boat in the Gulf? He wants to keep Soviets out, but they're already there
For my daughter composing
A great calm
INVESTMENTS: STARTING SMALL. Little sums now, big portfolios later
Schroeder tests the waters
The Vietnam peninsula after the war
Revlon makes another takeover run at Gillette
Lebanon's reluctant but dutiful premier
Regional theaters yield worthwhile plays
Steve Martin's `Roxanne' updates Cyrano tale
What drives Panama's economic elite to take to the streets in protest?
Bulger & Co. try again to amend the Bay State constitution
`Bar Mitzvah Boy' with Styne tunes
Still needed - independent-counsel law
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For kids only. `Dinosaur Bones, 25 cents': swap meet run by and for children is a summertime success
Here comes a giant!!
INVESTMENTS: STARTING SMALL. Prospectus: skip it at your peril
India's Gandhi loses out in crucial popularity test. Prime minister's party receives setback in key state election
INVESTMENTS: STARTING SMALL. There's more to saving than a good rate
Link forged between filmmakers in USSR and US. A result of glasnost and `entertainment summit'
Congress set to vote on '88 budget Reagan is certain to dislike. Crucial tests come later, when bills releasing funds reach President
Polish officials say Pope's trip hurt church-state ties. Political stands by Pontiff angered leaders in Warsaw
Salvadorean says US hasn't learned lessons of Vietnam
Education issue: at-risk youth
INVESTMENTS: STARTING SMALL. Beyond passbooks: make your savings grow
Once upon a Rotary writer