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Monitor Archive for June 26, 1987
Real estate for the wise woman. Self-taught expert shares her buying and renovating tips
Radical reformers have their day in the sun
Shuffle in Hungary shows intention to reform economy. But party shows little desire for ideological loosening
Prayer -- it makes a difference
Licensing Max Headroom's wild appeal in US
Central American leaders accuse US of stonewalling peace plan. Envoy Habib pushes for contra participation in regional peace talks
Amazing grace. Today, gospel glitters. The music of churchgoers now soars to the sound of synthesizers. But the message is always `Precious Lord'
Why Israel needs a peace settlement
Summertime ... and the tryouts are breezy
The contradictory career of the former prime minister of Israel
Chrysler denies it falsified auto mileage
Massachusetts cabinet should be kept small - and effective
Somewhere in an Oregon valley
The splashed-on defense
Head of AFS reaches out to the world. 40-year-old international exchange program led by a former US ambassador
Push to `save the whales' results in major drop in number of killings. But it will take years to determine if they have really been saved
UN antidrug conference chalks up significant firsts
Reform and the communist powers. Policy shift in China? Economic reform finds new favor after `ideological chill'
KELLEY RETIRING. Marine chief blasts `moral deterioration'
`Full Metal Jacket': Kubrick's view of Vietnam
JVC Jazz Festival adds a new twist to lineup of musical treats
A craftsman's expertise makes these strings sing sweetly once again
We don't walk alone
Magic moments between rain delays mark early Wimbledon action
Today's political unrest fueled by desire for freedom, not communism. Communism has lost its appeal in most parts of globe
Under a dome
The fine and hazy art of economic forecasting based on early estimates
KOREAN UNREST. Battle lines drawn for South Korea rallies