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Monitor Archive for June 25, 1987

Argentine leader sees debt crisis as main threat to democratic progress
The plane that didn't shoot
World bankers hear plea for third world - but gains already show
New `news' in newsweeklies. Shift in emphasis reflects response to competition
Greece lures US tourist dollars `home'
Congress wrestles with how to oppose reflagging tankers
The rascal of the tarmac path
US envoy in S. Africa oversees quiet policy shift
The National Trust: guardian of past glories
Religion's role in US bicentennial
Money and candidates
Fiction: translation of Brazilian writer's last book
RIDING THE WIND. With a piece of plastic and a patch of cloth, boardsailors wrestle the tumultuous winds of the Columbia River Gorge
Western allies maneuver to respond to Soviet arms offers. European zone free of tanks could help NATO, says Brzezinski
Cherish the moment!
Hostage fate tied to Syria's will to confront radicals. Two Lebanese released; but Syria's links to Iran may prevent sterner action to free Glass
Kansas City's bold NFL draft gamble; speeding up golf slowpokes
TV special traces new ways of caring for the mentally ill
Advice from an onion slicer
Panamanians seek to shake off US presence. Both government and foes agree on need for full control of canal
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