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Monitor Archive for September 9, 1987
What's new on TV this fall. You can expect more drama and action-adventure, a dollop of new comedy, and a return to the variety format with the indo...
Home baking is still the best, say Americans
US feels pressure to give military assistance to Chad. As fighting between Chad and Libya continues, the US and France look anxiously on. In Washing...
White House anti-abortion rules face tough court challenges
Greenspan takes charge
The high cost of America's linguistic illiteracy
SOVIET EMIGRATION. Soviets eye summit with moves on rights. Allowing more to emigrate seen as bid to improve image
The foods of Finland. Rich food reigns in the land of the piirakka
Alfons'in's new challenge
The pen and the credit card: a publishing tale
Seeing the many facets of photography as a form of fine art
Say `no' to suicide
German leaders agree to disagree. Honecker visit stabilizes East-West German compromise
High-tech firm offers to detect corked bats
How to protect yourself against `loaded' investment advice
Reading the human Rosetta stone. Scientists are on the verge of a multimillion-dollar attempt to decipher the genetic information of human beings.
The foods of Finland. A Finnish-style farm breakfast
Using English to understand a foreign culture
Angry outbursts, upsets mark first week of US Open tennis
Honecker's historic visit
Francophone summit was important, if not terribly newsworthy. One theme: budding French-Canadian rivalry in Africa
GM's top `trouble-shooter' wants to shed high-cost tag
Kabul-Soviet offers at UN talks could stymie Afghan resistance
Mapping the gene frontier
3 down: Frequently, to Byron
For Jennie to read
Classic humor and clever caricatures