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Monitor Archive for July 16, 1987

Constitutional Journal
Finding just the right words. To the dictionary-maker, it's a profession filled with beauty, poetry - and more than a little controversy
Willy Brandt's indelible imprint on West Germany
US Olympic Festival set to open in Carolina; All-Star reflections
Odd string of Delta Air Lines incidents prompts an FAA probe. Spate of mistakes by crews of a top-rated carrier puzzles officials
In a competitive world, innovation cannot sleep
Baseball's philosopher-king. His National League suit has an Ivy League cut
Busy Soviet diplomats cause a stir in Israel
World hunger revisited: the view from Peking
Black unions tread high wire in S. Africa. Movement seeks activist role without angering members or Pretoria
Correction
John Harbison. Pulitzer-winning composer takes his prize in stride
Spending a fortune. The Getty art museum has spent 10 years trying to figure out what to do with all its inherited oil money. Some people don't like...
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Politics over protest in Ulster
Reflections along the Rhine: German society on parade
Viewpoint makes the difference
Fox's Saturday lineup: familiar and sometimes engaging fare
Pakistanis try to sort out responsibility for spate of bomb blasts. Any of several foreign or internal feuds could be behind sabotage
Mostly Mozart Festival: cool draw to a city during summer
Confidants in generosity
Warriors for freedom
IN THE SPOTLIGHT. Did power change the admiral?
Illegal aliens get taste of Canada - and peanut butter. But organizers of Sikhs' immigration venture get stiff fines and jail terms
Starting over. Carole Pope knew what prison and its aftermath were like; she started a halfway house to give other women a chance to rebuild their l...
Bolivian street children glimpse `a future'. The frontier city of Cochabamba is awash with abandoned youth, but Amanecer is there to provide shelter...
The case of the missing fuel tanks
How to arrest drunken driving. Tougher laws against drinking and driving can help, but tougher social attitudes are more effective.
Taiwan tries liberalization
A concerted campaign helps US textile industry comeback
Soviet shift in world policy. Revision of long-held view - of West as constant military threat - seems sign of new Soviet flexibility
Two Koreas spar over Olympic Games
Mexico's maquiladoras depend on female labor
Money courier tells of services for CIA
Poindexter testimony cools `smoking gun'
A wink of rebellion
Thatcher's US agenda: arms and the Mideast. British premier expected to urge Reagan to seek accords on issues
DISSENT OVER ERA. NOW to plan next moves and pick new leaders
Correction