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Monitor Archive for July 14, 1987
Telstar: the satellite that helped turn the globe into a village
CBS selling its magazine group
Gorbachev could use party conference for shakeup
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
To Steffi, with lots of love, tacos, and a Chopin sonata
Bastille Day: celebrating the disasters that did not happen
New Philippine Congress flexes its muscles. Congress to debate Aquino's foreign policy, political appointments
Morocco: a genuinely exotic world at Europe's doorstep
Still tracking Reagan
Two months to find a job
Two good friends and lively letter writers, Vol. IV
Investigators' spotlight shifts to Adm. Poindexter
University of Minnesota promotes image of its women athletes
`Theirs not to reason why...'
Polls: North seen as patriot, but not entirely truthful
Fast growth for outplacement. Help for managers who get cut by cost cutting
GOVERNMENT AND RELIGION. Keeping Uncle Sam out of the pulpit
Rare birds for sale. Audubon's exquisite renderings will go to the highest bidders, as a unique collection of `Birds of America' prints is auctioned...
Beethoven loud and clear in Peking
Indians urge Gandhi to add political carrot to security stick in Punjab. Sikh strife unlikely to be resolved without negotiations, analysts say
Israeli hopes raised by Soviet officials' first visit in 20 years. Prospects improve for restoration of diplomatic ties
Young chess whizzes come in every size, shape, color, gender
Iran lobbies hard as UN prepares to call for cease-fire in Gulf war
Cooperative effort saves hawks. Martha's Vineyard program increases osprey population
Australian's stake in Texaco climbs, and Wall Street wonders what's up
Have you hugged your kids today?
S. Korea's Chun shuffles Cabinet. But opposition doubts that new team will run elections fairly
To the head of the class
Motor City's rebirth in high gear. Plans to revitalize entertainment district spark interest
America, the `henged'
From lab to market: Can it be done?