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Monitor Archive for September 14, 1987
Head of Soviet secret police appears cool toward reform. Chebrikov joins Kremlin's No. 2 leader in voicing concerns about Gorbachev changes
They want kids to want to turn this on. PBS's `Degrassi Junior High' treats teen themes honestly
Nunn's shadow looms over Reagan arms plans
`Imaginary Circus': where smallness is special
Once-predictable insurance field challenged on three fronts. Unisex rates, AIDS testing, federal regulation spark debate
Navratilova's US Open victory puts her back in race for No. 1 spot
Dear Mother, I never went to Brussels for fun
An undecided few will be crucial factor in Bork confirmation. High court nominee's friends and foes gear up for battle in the Senate
Reports from the home front. Columnist Joyce Maynard's `beat' is her own rural backyard
The peasant czar
Skiing to N. Pole for adventure - and peace. Canada-Soiet Expedition.
West Germans puzzle over Honecker's hint of less hostile border. E. German press's full report of key remark seen as positive sign
Japan's economic rebound is also good news abroad
Constitutional Journal. - Monday, Sept. 17, 1787
Ask the Gardeners Q&A
S. Korean presidential campaign moves abroad - and into provinces. Ruling party's Roh heads to US, as opposition wrestles over which Kim to field as...
Public and private ethics must match
Calm on the freeway
Professor of the year. For Ralph Ketcham, teaching is `a general calling,' not just a vocation. And he wants his students to fit their own professio...
An American on Kosygin Street
Being `one of them' at Moscow News - most of the time
Aiding guerrillas cannot be covert
Portfolio managers asked: What next?