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Monitor Archive for August 18, 1987
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Birth dearth is worth skepticism
Death squads kill South African opponents. Pretoria appears to have shifted tactics in battling the African National Congress. In what some call `te...
Private Polish garden plots - with tight rules. Family parcels more productive than state farms, economist says
`No' to covert action
Goliath and the Exocet. Have Americans gone soft?
US-Japan trade dispute moves to supercomputers. Japan has launched an assault on the US supercomputer market, but some say its chief weapon - large...
Mr. Rosen, where are you?
Why Raggedy Ann has a heart
Trading `rock' for `country'. A geology professor hits the road as a musician's truck driver
An active President
Novia Scotian outpost keeps foothold on the past. Annapolis Royal, once a tiny colony on the edge of the Canadian wilderness, illumines French and B...
Teen pitching phenom looms as next women's softball superstar
In the mall
Expressing God meets our needs
Making homes for Ethiopia's thousands of `famine orphans'
Peace and prosperity for Africa are distant, Zambia's Kaunda says. Africa's `elder statesman' sharply criticizes West for not taking stronger action...
Detroit air crash renews debate over US airline safety. Investigation seeks to sort out why plane crashed after takeoff
DO DREAM CARS REALLY COME TRUE? `Cars of the future' help automobile manufacturers test public opinion as well as new engineering concepts
Newly privatized British companies draw fire from customers
Erratic rains test India's farming progress. But officials say nation's grain reserves will allay effects of current drought
Langella's latest guise - as Sherlock Holmes on Broadway
Former NASA official crusades for broad, bold space program
Fewer hurricanes likely this year, but more caution needed