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Monitor Archive for August 3, 1987

Social work schools see enrollments rise. Competitive job market spurs interest in master's degrees
Government goes on the offensive
The make-or-break world of plate collecting
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
TEEN PREGNANCY AND PARENTHOOD. Communities that are trying to do something. Media campaign urges boys to act responsibly
Despite growing isolation, Panama's ruler retains upper hand. Opposition sees long, but `irreversible,' effort to oust him
US wandering in space
Baseball must act to defuse beanball wars
An Iranian government for all the people
Constitutional Journal
LESSONS FROM THE HEARINGS. Lawmakers mull over proposals to close Iran-contra loopholes
Debt stymies UNCTAD. World forum highlights growing discord on issue
An eye for gilt frames
Japan welcomes Soviet arms offer. But officials see proposal as aimed at wooing Asian nations
He thought he was wrong once, but he was mistaken. Philip Crosby preaches `zero defect' quality control
INTERVIEW. Sierra Club adopts global perspective
Teen mothers learn job skills, build a sense of family
Artifacts from tombs give evidence of a lively, optimistic period in China. Boston's Museum of Fine Arts presents first US exhibition devoted to Han...
Hussein and his kingdom riding high
All those revised data on US economy make forecasting difficult
Japan moves swiftly to tighten control of technology transfers
Business goes bust in Haiti as unrest grinds on
Averting an act of folly in the Persian Gulf
`This broke a silence of 30 years...'
Tracing the emergence of Shiite activism in the Middle East
Summer camp for science. Program offers academic learning - and rock climbing
Prayer and God's unfolding design
Photographs with a wallop, and fish with allure. Cindy Sherman stars in her own staged pictures
`High Noon' on the highway
College $$
The Zurich Kunsthaus is honoring Eug`ene Delacroix with an enormous exhibition of the Romantic painter's works.
Pete du Pont works to stay to the right of other GOP hopefuls
Weinberger testimony evokes `junta' and `palace coup' images
ARMS CONTROL. Soviets play down China factor
IRAN FLEXES ITS MUSCLES. Tougher times ahead in the Gulf. Soviets court Tehran in effort to capitalize on US-Iran tensions
Versatile Haitian shot-putter balances sports, music, studies
Fine-tuning US foreign policy. The means were flawed, but the strategic goals remain, experts say
Legislators try to slow loss of low-income housing
Good morning, world citizen
Defense stocks revive - but for how long?
Church committee and covert affairs
Freeway calm
Mecca violence threatens to widen conflict
A helpful program on `star wars' - but you may have to ask for it
Southern California freeway shootings test drivers, police. Motorists practice `defensive driving' after series of attacks