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Monitor Archive for July 27, 1987
Fed's young strategy for fighting inflation won't be shelved now
Children's author realizes a boyhood dream. Paul Goble deftly crafts monuments, in words and drawings, to the life of the American Indian
Panama's press, emboldened by protests, faces credibility gap. Papers display tendency to use rumors in place of the facts
Chronicling the human side of the humbling, `civilizing' game of golf
Report card on artist Jean Arp. The achievements of this pioneer artist are under scrutiny, by virtue of a very fine traveling exhibition. Here are...
The move to hand prisons over to private businesses draws flak. States resist `selling' prisons as one way to ease overcrowding
Lehrer's `Chili Queen'. Play by TV newsman shows how minor spat makes front-page news
Beating the heat
Female stereotypes persist in US courts, recent studies show. Bias affects jury selection and reactions to women attorneys
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
A tale of two tests: SAT vs. LSAT. Responses to the `fairness' issue reveal different approaches
Knives in Shultz's haystack
ARMS TALKS STICKING POINT. Giving up missiles in W. Germany is political issue for US, allies
Developing `character' again at American universities
New circuit brings exciting, high-caliber cycle racing to city streets
Mrs. Aquino vs. landowners
`Saturday Night' trio showcased on tour
Crimean Tatars' protest brings Soviet promise of meeting with President
Cambodian rights revisited
How one teacher, child, and parent turned failure to success. Gradually, school became more than an aching wait for recess
Boost for arts - and Newark
How Greenspan might fight fiscal fires
White House staff: Shultz `self-serving'
MOTEL. A writer's memories of his grandparents' motel are vivid, warm, and sometimes revived only by the art of language.
Ad ban aims to fight teen smoking
A young reader's letter never went unanswered by C.S. Lewis. The author's replies are rich in humor, wisdom
Nominee for FBI post has wide law-enforcement experience. Judge Sessions of Texas was not first choice but he is well-received
Japanese carmakers go upscale, challenging Cadillac, Mercedes
Soviets get high marks for low-key handling of Gulf policy. Moscow gains respect for flexible approach in troubled region
America's business: better off in 1937?
New indoor football league has high scoring plus bizarre touches
Navajos envision an economic miracle. Summit on tribal development draws heavyweight support
Turkey pursues two-track policy to stem Kurdish violence. Economic development as well as beefed up security seen as key