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Monitor Archive for September 2, 1987
SPREADING THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION. Zeal of Iran's revolution persists, though early euphoria ebbs
Arabia's secret. In the course of one generation, ancient North Yemen has time-traveled into the 20th century; yet to much of the world it remains
Minnesota's new food entrepreneurs
From potica to strudel to rouladen. Minnesotans Mary Vuk and Maria Hazin prepare sumptuous Slovenian feast
Bargaining time in Detroit
Vatican meeting with Jewish leaders eases strained relations. Threatened boycott of Pope's US visit dropped
Making college fund grow. Tax laws call for saving the old-fashioned way
Lonetree appeal will challenge fairness of US military courts. Civilian lawyers familiar with the military justice system cite strengths but see asp...
A fascination with Tibet
Airlines try to keep luggage from taking separate vacation
Jackson's long-awaited `Bad' reveals a harder edge to his music
Up north, a mother lode of food traditions. The families that settled here shared recipes and cultures
Signs of hope for Jewish-PLO dialogue
`Diversification' is oil-patch rallying cry. Retraining programs help some workers, but need exceeds supply
Fighting to right `an historic injustice'
Superman takes on world peace. After four films, what can he do for a further encore?
What the US owes its friends
Soviet shift on arms deal. Official takes tougher line on West German offer
US-Swedish relations improve. For first time in 26 years, a Swedish premier visits US
Democratic hopefuls face `vicious circle'
NUCLEAR PROTEST. Proposed nuclear waste site on Spanish-Portuguese border sparks protests
Traveling in the dreaming tracks of Aboriginal Australia
Mexican President's sets optimistic tone in state of union address
Montrealers enthused about new Olympic Stadium dome
S. Africa and TV