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Monitor Archive for August 20, 1987
The real Nicaraguan solution: Caribbean Basin Initiative
Integrity and prayer
Mozart's operas appeal to listeners on many levels
Canada's new charter is pushing issues of rights and freedoms into judicial hands
A short play: Valor revisited
California farmin': chemical-free
New York and Amsterdam forge new international market link
Chaos at Bolivia's Central Bank
Bay State court order seen as plus for homeless. But legislature could refuse to go along
Civilians who cannot remain neutral
Charges of baseball cheating this season recall similar tricks in past
A winning smile takes the prize. Each August residents of Sun City (or is it `Fun City'?) engage in a little competitive grinning
Halting the decline in minority college students. American U. president gives it top priority
Taking a bow
Giant Grand Ole Opry reunion on PBS. Loretta Lynn, Barbara Mandrell, and Bill Monroe are headliners for three hours of country pickin'
`Theater' and tanks: view from the Greek-Turkish border. Volatile exchanges between Athens and Ankara are a regular feature of Aegean summers. Much...
Baby makes three - and no more. China's one-child policy cuts population growth; but does it produce `little emperors'?
What `Roe' really says. For almost a decade and a half, Roe v. Wade has been misread, misinterpreted, and misused.
Venezuela gets help from tourists
One Greek's quest for Aegean amity
Regal image propels French President's rising star. The rising popularity of Francois Mitterrand is the political story of the summer in France. But...
Let's improve presidential debates
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Assured new drama turns on Watergate-like intrigue
In China, Meese offers counsel. US attorney general urges modifying legal system to draw foreign business
Southern voters put issues ahead of party in presidential race. Conservative from either party would win support, leaders say