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Monitor Archive for July 13, 1987
Investigators try to clean up scandal-ridden thrifts. Savings-and-loans - those quiet storefront offices where millions of Americans have obtained t...
A right model
Bolivian children - and educators - feel the pinch of economic hardship. Teachers regret striking for more pay, but see no way out
`Alive' is getting more bite, and bolder
Welcome to Wobegon ... er, 'Bama
Teachers on teaching: two very different views
Holography as art: a critic finds himself in new territory
Liberals' talks with ANC only seem to harden Pretoria's stand. Botha may gain from black group's refusal to renounce violence
Wall Street adjusts for rising oil prices
Charges the US lags in saving and investing appear to be inaccurate
North's actions raise moral dilemma. His belief in a higher duty cuts at basic process of law
The Congress as enemy
Elderly Americans defy myths. Most are healthy and live on their own, says statistics director
`I photograph dancers'
Opera singers tackling rare project of arias recordings. Some include songs from celebrated roles
Panama: price of protest may make negotiations more attractive. Talks increasingly seen as only way to head off violence and total economic shutdown
Illuminating the life of an artist whose subject was light itself
Judge Bork's judicial philosophy is fair game
Islamic militants join Egyptian mainstream
Alligator removed from endangered species list, `a rare success'
For parents, advice is coming by the shelf-full. Workshops and books proliferate as baby-boomers have their own babies
One approach: rearing future peacemakers
At a parent workshop - chuckles, sighs of recognition, and suggestions
Major leagues spurred to reach first base in hiring minorities
Chrysler and the US conscience
In the foxholes with the Afghan resistance. Seven years of fighting Soviets have made `jihad' a way of life
5 billion and counting
How a Texas thrift brought itself down
Haiti opposition sorts out storm debris - and political strategy
Legacy of rock's conscience: continuing battle against hunger. Money keeps rolling in, two years after Live Aid concerts
CUTBACKS AT WORLD BANK. International lending hits choppy water as bank reorganizes