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Monitor Archive for September 28, 1987
Oregon tackles school-funding reform
`Pardon me, pal, but your Aqua-lung is in my face'
Susan was the girl next door
S. Africa's black nationalists resist pressures to join political talks
A British teacher's eight journeys in the Sudan desert
Uncle Sam and private citizens go after child pornography. For years, Americans objected to child pornography but little was done. Now, federal effo...
Theatrical teens and a boisterous `Bouncers'
South America tour highlights shift in Soviet strategy. Moscow now seen to stress trade and diplomatic ties instead of revolution
4-H breaks new ground. Local clubs now tackle tough social problems like drug abuse, illiteracy
Civil aviation and the Soviet law of hooliganism
City of departures
US, Canada hustle to salvage trade pact. But key issue remains trade dispute mechanism
US-Japan superconductor race is on. Scientists worry emphasis on `national'competition will stymie joint research
Blacks growing more skeptical of courts in racial bias cases. Race and the Law.
Gaoyefu, anyone? China joins the club. YOUNG TOM WATSONS AT US LINKS
Tennis club pro Benny Sims helps break down racial stereotypes
Ask the Gardeners. Q&A
PRI: a saga of cooperation, cooption
Chinese-American lessons. Canton and Hingham grade schools exchange staff
`Everything's Relative': fast-paced gags keep the show's laugh track puffing
Black leaders walk new roads to change. Race and the Law
Outside aid helps as Bangladesh struggles to recoup from massive floods
The US and the Gulf
Hot issue breaks the ice in a `land that never melts'
No Rambos, please; we're British
For this first baseman, family is the first priority. If Wally Joyner's not playing ball, he's probably playing with his kids
Celebration to honor Sweden's ties with US
Latching onto Amalgamated Pie Plate. Boondocks may harbor bargains, and regional brokers keep tabs
Soviets troubled over signs of ferment. Nationalists and system critics stir concern things may get out of hand
Job hunting? This `training manual' can help
Today's nurse shortage looks easier to fix than the one looming. Current crunch due to nurses with too many non-patient tasks
Where photography and abstraction merge. In an era when fragmentation in art is the order of the day, Dutch artist Jan Dibbets fuses the two most an...