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Monitor Archive for September 29, 1987

`As Jesse Jackson says ...'
Weathering heights
Not SDI nor MAD but MCS
Think hink-pink
Iraqi leader fans nationalist pride to offset Iran's appeal to Shiites. Age-old Arab-Persian tensions undercut Khomeini call to Shiites
Whitten: Model-T image disguises budget bulldozer
The power of Iraq's Baath Party
Down to the wire on Judge Bork
Bill Cosby takes a look at his midlife in `prime-time style'
East pennant races head for wire; Twins, Giants gear for playoffs
Fenway
Treasuring the sunken history in buried shipwrecks. Controversy grows over historical preservation versus salvage rights
Washington weighs alternatives with Bork confirmation in doubt
How Americans can dig out of debt after `voodoo economics'
Ancient objects get new home. Asian and African art goes underground at the Smithsonian
Pakistan, United States aid - and the bomb
Hallmark sends its very best to appeal card-copying case
Economic hardship swells ranks of discontented. But political opponents lack resources to compete with ruling party. As Mexico gears up for Presiden...
Schroeder stays out for '88. PRESIDENTIAL RACE
Schroeder out of the race
On getting used to family life. Harness-chafings of a 30-ish couple
Reporter outmaneuvers NATO maneuvers
Gambia's people eager to share native artifacts
Democrat hopefuls war over peace. Candidates display sensitivity on charge party is `soft'
More than dreams
Bucking ruling party tradition
City of poverty - and majesty. Cuzco, Peru, is beautiful, but solemn and poignant too
ARTS SCENE
Lorenzo White of Michigan State could be Heisman challenger
Futuristic communications tailored to individual interests
S. Africa signal on nuclear pact suggests it has bomb. But Pretoria has little to gain by move to test or use atomic arms
See it again, and again, and ... Lower prices push sales of videocassette movies close to rentals; big promotion budgets help, too
Tackling the deficit
International bankers reaffirm commitment to a stable dollar. Too swift a decline could slow economies of Europe and Japan