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Monitor Archive for September 24, 1987
Congress seeks greater control over US actions in Persian Gulf. Debate over US Gulf presence. Critics want up-or-down vote on tanker escort operation
New Swiss banking laws curb secrecy and other traditions
Closer religious, cultural links sought in W. Germany
Glasnost on the arms front
New dictionary records a day in the life of American English
Appeals court overturns Science and Health copyright extension. Church board says it will strive to maintain purity of the textbook
`Follies' doing better the second time around in London
Salvador-rebel talks: some promise, many problems
Yugoslav films showcased in US tour. American Film Institute screening varied fare
US backs new financing for World Bank
Managua cease-fire offer tests contra leadership. In both Nicaragua and El Salvador, further initiatives are being taken to comply with the regional...
Interactive television sparks a hot debate. Is `Captain Power' leading young viewers into a murky future?
Iranian sanctions are not the answer; Iraq was the culprit
Reggie Jackson says farewell after career filled with big moments
Britain to close Iranian military purchasing office
From slums of Rio to halls of power
Choosing the right dog for your family. Experts stress role of owners; traits of breeds are a factor, too
Firefighters, furniture industry debate fire-safety requirements. Fume hazard is worse than flame, some argue
It's your decision
Wonderbox:no-fuss, no-fuel stove cooks up communication in South Africa
Quartet of essays traces the `doubleness' of four literary Dubliners
Biden withdraws from campaign. Democratic presidential aspirant falls victim to his own lapses in accuracy
Plaintive drums and feathered splendor. A day at the Navajo fair
A farewell to Indo-Afghan friendship?
US workers in the dark on options for retirement. THE PENSION GAP
A textbook and religion
`Oh wad some power .. the giftie gie us'
Maine old-timers brace for yuppie invasion