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Monitor Archive for June 29, 1987
Athletes, officials say worry over Seoul as Olympic site is premature
A two-room schoolhouse. It almost folded once, but the community kept it going - and the children are benefited
Putting in a word for minority scriptwriters
Momentum and the court
The Pompidou Center is marking its tenth anniversary with a subjective look at `the art of today, 1977-1987.' The show is funny, infuriating, and we...
TAMING THE TUBE - CONTINUED
Japanese farmers start over in Bolivia undaunted by tough life
Experts differ sharply on whether world's economy is darkening
When the dust settles as US companies leave South Africa
Presidential hopefuls woo Hispanic convention. Attendance of only one Republican considered `slap in the face'
Tips from a Vermont artist
Powell: a middle-of-the-road jurist
Reagan readies his list of nominees to replace Powell on Supreme Court
A journalist's memoir of recent history
Despite unrest, S. Korea economy remains robust
Nureyev fashions busy `Cinderella'
Political travelogue offers a fresh look at South America
Angola signals `good will' to US. Release of US pilot and push to resume talks are first steps, but hitches to better ties remain
EC meets to hammer out budget, policy problems
Those summer art shows. A seasonal change takes place in New York's art galleries at this time of year. Exhibitions tend to fall into categories - g...
The flatweaves are coming!
Market rally - some see a march; some, a mirage
Murderous goldsmiths and jazz-crazed rogues
An original guitar player who got his start listening to horn solos
Critic's scrapbook: from Trieste to Florence
Teacher-short county tries corporate recruiting tactics
Agrimonious debate rife on eve of summit
Trekking `down below'
Soviet consular team's visit to Israel will test diplomatic waters. But Israeli stand on Mideast parley may hinder full-scale ties
Turks feel growing disillusionment with West. European demands spark Turkish warnings to reconsider NATO links
Seething seas of world trade break toward calm
Iranian terrorism threat hangs over reflagging plan
New morality must mix standards and tolerance
STREET SAVVY. Poor Philadelphia neighborhoods pull themselves back up
In farewell, NATO chief voices concern on arms deal. Gen. Rogers says Euromissile pact will damage West's deterrence