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Monitor Archive for June 30, 1987
Englishmen in cahoots
Lendl in Wimbledon driver's seat with good sport Becker gone
A refuge for reusable refuse
Gore counts on his youth, experience, and Southern roots to win
Dissolving the darkness of indifference
Two Latin revolutions defy the US. But Nicaragua adds its own twist to Cuban model
NBC strike latest and largest of three
Beatles producer remembers `Sgt. Pepper,' now CD
Theater's crucible. Celebrating its first quarter-century, the alternative to Broadway - American regional theater - is finding its own in a multime...
South Korea: Could a coup still occur?
Creationism debate confuses evolution theory and evidence
Canada leads bid to reform UN food agency. Charging `mismanagement,' Ottawa lobbies for new FAO head
Despite rough sailing, India's Gandhi likely to stay at helm
For the elderly making ends meet is growing harder - ask Mrs. Affayroux
Critics say US throws money at problem of embassy security. State Department has too much to manage efficiently, they say
Steinem's unflagging vision. As Ms. magazine turns 15, its founder reviews her agenda
Japan accused of flouting wildlife protection accords. Conservationists condemn Japan's commercial use of 14 endangered species
Media double standards?
Good move on `fairness'
Brokaw chats about special on Israel 20 years after Six-Day War
A funny thing happened going back to Moscow
A world where survival is a daily battle
New magazine's creed: over 40 is not over the hill
Packaged frustrations - from cheese to sugar box spouts
Tracking a general through New Jersey
California water battle comes back to a boil. Northerners threaten to take fight to voters if diversion bill passes
Street children: What will become of the world's `nonpeople?'
Small business gripes about growing competition from charities
Flourishing in a niche