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Monitor Archive for June 23, 1987
Bach the way Bach heard it. They make 'em like they used to. Craftsmen from around the world are fashioning exquisite reproductions of early instrum...
Istanbul's many splendors
SEC takes aim at anti-takeover tactic
New Sphinx riddle. Hi-tech probes may solve ancient mystery
Bilingual teaching issue at a boil. California controversy spotlights national debate over teaching children in their native tongues
`Believing is seeing' still explains UFO sightings after 40 years
Canned in the service
Astronomers puzzle over exploding star's `mystery companion'
Day at the diner. This Vermont eatery is the quintessential roadside stop
Despite inflation, union wages and benefits stay low. If rate drops, pressure may be off negotiators to get higher wages
Taxpayers say IRS needs a shorter leash; but are tales of abuse a bit tall?
In S. Korea, a waft of compromise amid tear gas. Hopes raised by plan for Chun-opposition parley
Not video fiction, but a factual story of big-city corruption
Burgeoning festival displays lesser-known musical treasures
TWA hijacker looks headed for West German, not American, trial
Creation and the classroom
As Fritz Hollings says
Gulf federation works to end power struggle in Sharjah
Madison Avenue in Toyland
USIA chief Charles Wick optimistic about US-Soviet relations
Religion and humanities: `believing that we may understand'
Court rules on mob law, Bolles case in Arizona
A welcome rain falls in West Africa