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Monitor Archive for July 20, 1987
`Alice' makes audiences grin like Cheshires
A continuing world need: protecting endangered species
`Safe' pesticides polluting environment
Unlocking the welfare trap. Education is the key, says Carol Sasaki, a former `welfare mother'
Gore Vidal's `Empire' offers a morality play without morals
Thank you for coming this way
Dow breaks 2,500; world markets soar
Race to replace Nakasone in full swing. Math gets complicated as Japan's contenders tally factions' support
Drug addiction with a physician's signature
A summer `head start' toward college learning helps homeless youth
Giving business gifts in Asia is a tradition that has its tricky aspects
Think again, Peking
Iran hangs tough in face of `Western plan' to isolate regime
Yuppie ahoy! From number crunch to nautical lunch
Poverty in America is still worse than in other industrial democracies
The crime of family violence: breaking the cycle. Wisconsin program combines counseling and compassion to help keep members of abused families toget...
Japan disputes US view of damage done by Toshiba sale
Gathering the wind
How does a budding artist get a big-city showing? There aren't enough galleries to care for all the painters who yearn for a New York exhibition, bu...
Bush, escaping Iran-contra web, claims lead in Republican race
TV images and true North
London's cab war: will good looks and comfort win over tradition?
Case of the missing offensive in Angola
Multi-image Madonna pushes star power to hilt
New York's real estate boom crosses the Hudson
Deserving candidates bypassed in Olympic Hall of Fame vote
Shaw Festival flourishes, focusing on ensemble and design
Walter Mitty and the Iran-contra hearings
The military services counterattack Pentagon reform
Mixing education and welfare payments. Federal regulations raise questions about what's permissible
In Salvador, government-union tensions reach dangerous level. Both sides take more confrontational stance
Cotton exports have US textile industry seeing red