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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1987
Bork's views on affirmative action, privacy, other matters
Bork and the election
German conservatives squabble following elections
Political grumbling - and making do. Would we really want campaigns shorter, less burdensome?
Two men of the cloth bedevil political foes
Tip of volcano is divers' haven. Hawaii's Molokini crater: most popular skin-diving spot in Maui
Turning backyard debris into gardening gold
Revelations amid the rhetoric: glasnost at one Soviet paper
Urbane, ebullient letters mirror Van Vechten's literary world
`Blessings of Liberty' blends entertainment and information in honoring Constitution
Pretoria's new concessions still may not be enough to woo blacks
Fresh support, tough agenda greet UN Assembly. Secretary-General sees new relevancy for UN as a force for peace
Yard appliance makes short work of fallen leaves
`Oldest Rookie' and `Wiseguy' enter police-drama lineup on TV
So long, Sousa, 'til next year
Women win wider roles in Catholic Church. But Vatican stands firm against pressure to open the priesthood
Vermont plan sees forest for trees
A `working' bath: Finland's answer to negotiations. SAUNA DIPLOMACY
El Salvador government's compliance with peace plan criticized as half-hearted. Is government publicity drive for peace politically motivated?
Space shuttle's main engine design comes up for improvements. Since the Challenger accident parts have come under review
A sculptor in the house
West Bank report: home-grown protest on rise
Reported PLO offer refuels Israeli peace debate
All in favor, say `Aye'
Two evenings in a California Traffic School. It's better than a day in court (or a blotch on your driving record), many motorists decide
Hopes brighten for a congressional compromise on welfare reform
Al Rosen has built Giants into a power; Dawson, Clark in MVP duel
Canada prepares a list of topics for more open trade with US
The Constitution and a new generation
Bork remembered as the man who fired Archibald Cox for Nixon