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Monitor Archive for September 10, 1987

Britain's first `Porgy and Bess': powerful, flawless
Tuition costs for foreign students come under scrutiny by states
Whooping cranes return
In India, an effort to better the lot of the mentally handicapped
Americans becoming more competitive in international hockey play
Plea to put women into the Constitution
Pope looks to future of American Catholic Church in US visit
World stages echoing Gershwins' songs. Anniversary inspires a number of projects
Art shaped by the weather
A light in the earth. Shafts and pools of light illuminate art of Africa, Asia, and the Near East in Washington's two new subterranean museums
Giants, Bears teams to beat in strike-threatened NFL season
Inflation prospects bring out the bears on Wall Street
Wordwars. Watergate and the Iran-contra affair
Protesters put spotlight on child care. Harvard employees voice concerns heard across US
Does revolt pay in Philippines?
Diversity of US flock may test Pope's resolve. Pope John Paul II begins his US visit today. Vatican and host-city planning has been meticulous. Stor...
US Postal Service shows off its high-tech image for '88
Reformers in China redefine ideology to suit economic plans
A Viking in Washington
Second-class workers
Let's put some design back into American-made products
US gets ready for John Paul II. PAPAL PREPARATIONS
The radiance of God's love
Charming week
Arms for the Saudis
Survivor chronicles his family's ordeal - and courage - in Pol Pot's Cambodia
Last, gentle link in a long and winding road
Constitutional Journal
Training program brightens future for young Senegalese women
Ontario's Stratford Festival relocates `Troilus,' to little avail. Veteran actors help salvage production of the Bard's play
Constitutional Journal