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Monitor Archive for July 7, 1987
The comrades of summer
How credit-card link finances `Working Assets' projects
PRESSURE COOKER. Lots of tough politicking left for last weeks of Congress's term
Debunking, again, the belief in ESP and the occult
US pushes plan to phase out farm subsidies despite doubts abroad
Tale of two champions written in straight sets at Wimbledon
Trans-Africa trek: one man's walk to combat world hunger
How the West came to support South Africa
GM wants to investigate reports of turning back truck odometers
How safe are we?
Canada `little bang' echoes with First Chicago-Wood Gundy deal
To get immersed in your vacation, try diving for history
The rebirth of Mt. St. Helens
When children see life through a gun barrel
Does it have to take a tragedy?
For Iran's child soldiers, capture by the Iraqis is a mixed blessing
The legacy of Confucius
France's Iran dilemma: juggling ties to Iran with antiterrorist policy
Angola tries to turn to West to meet economic needs. But war and unskilled bureaucracy keep Luanda tied to Soviet, Cuban help
Blending landscape and portraiture
No summer off for politics
`Ollie' North moves onto center stage. His name has been a leitmotif in the Iran-contra investigation. Today the central figure who has maintained a...
Artistic director Garland Wright may be the Guthrie Theater's `Mr. Right'
Retired Americans discover gaps in their health-care safety net. Questions of cost, quality, access grow as number of citizens over 65 soars
Calls for reform echo in E. Asia. As in South Korea, economic prosperity is bringing demands for political freedom elsewhere in region
Vietnamese in Chicago give Chinatown a run for the money
A hyperbole bill of rights
Politics and show biz
`Affinity' cards let people charge it - and help favorite causes
Doing the old soft shoe routine
Help your garden beat the heat