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Monitor Archive for September 11, 1987
US officials support UN role in reducing tensions in the Gulf. But they doubt that Iran will agree to a cease-fire with Iraq
Aliens and the US Constitution
Met any Goliaths lately?
Neutral European nations worry about EC trade plans
Another way to pay the bills. North Carolina farmers are tied to tobacco - but some break free
Most Germans applaud Honecker visit. Trip was breathtaking in its `normality'
What the world's divided nations have to learn from each other. Pragmatism is winning the day in Germany and Korea, but Vietnam still pays price for...
Japan Socialist Party chairman brings different view of Japan to US. Her main aim is to dispel myth that Japan is a monolithic society
Ford and UAW bargainers race the clock to avert a strike
The Pope in America
`Frank's Place': leisurely pace
Defeat of Evert thrusts McNeil into Open spotlight; NFL strike talk
Xerox, KGB, and other tidbits
New Caledonia's unlikely revolutionary
News In Brief
`Peace in Nicaragua?'
Notes on how Dickens worked his novels
Jerusalem's `Sabbath wars' highlight deep division in Israeli society. Ultraorthodox protest movie showings, others chafe at religious laws
New Caledonia independence vote widens French rifts in Pacific - and in Paris
UN mission to the Gulf
African runners made spectacular showing at world championships
In search of Nova Scotia Blues
The maverick Moscow News
TRANS CANAL CRUISE
Giving students a whole new view of the world
An American's saga: My life as a Soviet journalist.
Homegrown program helps put Sudan street kids on right road
S. Africa tightens fetters. PRETORIA TARGETS NEW GROUPS
`Floating hotels' fit for the times. With more people expected to board each year, cruise lines are expanding fleets and specializing amenities to s...
At home in the woods
Shoring up US-Japan ties
How new censorship will work
Highlights of the coming art season and a critic's reflections
Mentally ill homeless are focus of new policies. But can institutions handle an influx?
All aboard - for a coast-to-coast vacation. Amtrak trip from San Francisco to Boston recalls the golden era of train travel, complete with breathtak...
Bacharach: `You gotta keep growing'. Top '60s pop composer is writing new hits and taking them on a concert tour
Backstage on the `Love Boat'
From Miami to distant beaches and back again. The Caribbean is a popular destination for cruises. Ships such as the Starward offer a fun mixture of...
Still Life with Potatoes in Yellow Dish
US ire grows as details of Toshiba Machine affair unfold. Investigation expected to reveal other illegal sales to Soviets
Dukakis can ill afford to lose aides like revenue chief Jackson