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Monitor Archive for August 6, 1987

Only connect: the challenge of Amy Clampitt's poetry
A refreshingly theatrical `Ring'. Seattle Opera's deft production stresses character, not modern-day relevancy
These walls have a voice. Lower East Side artists use the sides of old buildings to express beauty, sound warnings, celebrate friendship
VIDEO GUERRILLAS. Salvadorean rebels videotape their cause, then smuggle cassettes to US
Court rules `no trespassing' on property rights. Two Supreme Court rulings upheld the constitutional rights of landowners - to the delight of develo...
ARTS SCENE
President vs. Ayatollah
Pakistan and credibility
Chinese farms - changing landscape. The seeds of private incentive have yielded new prosperity
Nicaragua suspicious of US peace initiative
Haiti government tightens screws on opponents
Robert Peel's new book examines the evidence for spiritual healing
Mark my words: McGwire could be the next Babe
ENDING THE WAR IN NICARAGUA. US and Latin neighbors float own plans for peace. White House initiative complicates work of Central American leaders a...
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WORTH NOTING ON TV
Bolivia tries to rebound. With runaway inflation checked, attention turns to economic growth
Lighthearted summer series spoofs spy-adventure formats
ENDING THE WAR IN NICARAGUA. US and Latin neighbors float own plans for peace. Congress wonders if the US proposal is a serious one, or if it is jus...
Texas hopes `fourth economy' will cushion future oil shocks
Israel's collective punishment of Gaza Palestinians reaps bitterness. Restrictions imposed after officer's killing end, but anger remains
Supreme Court justices - and the small matter of ideology
Clothed in God's goodness
Feathers fly over logging controversy. A quandary is developing in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. The logging industry wants increased access...
A Japanese survivor's tale of life after the bomb
Constitutional Journal
Finding, and studying, the shy northern spotted owl
`Not the Ten Suggestions ...'
Fall menswear look is casual yet stylish
I am raising a wealthy child
An exercise in trust
Conflict brews over training of National Guard units. Governors vow to appeal ruling giving Pentagon more say in Guard affairs
`In the Dark': Grateful Dead is recording again. Group tours with Dylan, looks ahead to China
Mannequins' touch of gray hints at shifting view of aging
North Korea wants bigger Olympic share; Jordan is bullish on golf
A first-person look at what it's like to drive in a harness horse race
Nicaraguan rebels face tougher job attracting recruits. Small numbers of contras are even said to be deserting