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Monitor Archive for July 23, 1987
ONTARIO'S STRATFORD FESTIVAL. Shakespeare has to settle for supporting role
Small vessels in Persian Gulf seen as threat to escort ships. On USS Fox, lookouts watch for speedboats
Chinese fashion blossoms. The dull grays and blues of the Cultural Revolution fade as a younger generation discovers colors, comfort, even curves
Senator Biden, Judge Bork, and presidential politics
Contra successes in Nicaragua not as clear cut as rebels claim. Sandinista tactics, lack of conscripts and food make inroads difficult
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Trouble in Technopolis
West weighs price of sparring with Iran. Despite risks, French back hard line on Iran
Jane Geddes could certify superstar status with US Open victory
US feels heat of Salvador struggle. Incidents in Los Angeles said to bear marks of `death squads'
Before and after school
The business-arts partnership: a two-way street
VIEW FROM THE STREETS. How the Eliot Ness of Japan's drug world gets job done
Photographs with a Surrealist finish
It's time to be still
Animal rightists construct philosophical base for their cause
AIDS and the law: weigh justice with compassion
Marine spy trial under way. Lonetree's lawyers and his father introduce question of racial prejudice; secrecy in trial also resisted
Meteoric rise of the Canadian left. By-election victories hint at major political shift
Opposition says it wants US troops out of Ecuador. Military reservists are helping country rebuild in wake of recent quake
British musicals: more than a `Phantom'
Ice events flourish in unusual settings at US Olympic Festival
Lessons from snails and swallows in a Nebraska county
Guatemalan rights group urges inquiry. It wants President to set up independent group to look into disappearances
West weighs price of sparring with Iran. Gulf uneasiness shakes world oil market but threat to supply is low
INFIGHTING IN INDIA. India's embattled premier hangs on to a splintering party. Gandhi's moves to eliminate dissent could backfire
Shaping the 1988 debate
Oil price hikes may help South - someday. It will take a `real resurgence' in prices to lift oil state economies
Taiwan needs direct presidential elections, too
Lone Star revenue bill brings grumbles about the `State of Taxes'