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Monitor Archive for September 8, 1987
Tobacco companies aim to diversify into new image. US sales are down, but cigarette makers sitting on cash hoard
Democracy in Zimbabwe
Democracy and opinion
Indian treaty rights under attack. Opposition to Indian treaties still runs high. Some groups say court rulings have given tribes unfair hunting and...
Helping to prevent accidents in the skies
Shaping a dream in Sri Lanka. Government loans, overseas aid, and the `village reawakening' movement allow thousands to leave shanties for sturdier...
Small card with a big memory
Fed's rate hike seen as `mild' but necessary move to stem inflation
While you packed
Students head back to class - and to better schools
S. Africa's prisoner swap may give new impetus for Mandela release
As blue chip stocks take a beating, help may come from secondary market
In Chile, women piece together a picture of life under dictatorship
S. Koreans hit campaign trail. Public and military cast wary eye on maneuvers of leading presidential candidates
Visits to pre-glasnost Soviet Russia and occupied Afghanistan
West Germans to get their own credit card
Gulf trip will put UN leader's skills to test. `Tanker' war cools, but getting Iran to accept full cease-fire will prove tough
Both leagues have wide open battles for Manager of Year honors
A stroll down the streets of old England. Lunching with the locals adds a new dimension to sightseeing
Chinese leaders grease the wheels for new economic reforms. Changes deemed `imaginative' by visiting World Bank official
Tough Indian security laws draw fire from civil-rights groups. Government says measures are needed to combat rising terrorism
. . . But who is manipulating whom?
Back to school
Buskers come into their own at a new Canadian festival
Does Honecker's historic homecoming highlight easing of German tensions?
Barrel rolls in the Smithsonian