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Monitor Archive for October 5, 1987
Reagan puts prestige on line in all-out effort for his court nominee. SHOWDOWN ON BORK
Strike hits networks in purse. As pro football players picket, TV chiefs wonder how to recoup lost revenue
Reagan administration presses for way to end Iran-Iraq war
Cuomo's busy schedule raises questions about his political intentions. Is he running for president or just being a good governor?
Morrison's novel of slavery, memory, and human kindness
Reading the business ethics barometer
A military school trains students for work in the Peace Corps
The right signal on debt
The US is not the mine-sheriff of the Gulf
The quake in California
A visit to Krasnoyarsk
Shultz to the Middle East
Communist-led unions look much bigger, but they're short on power
Trying to move away from animal testing. Testing labs show concern, but use of live animals goes on
`Junk' bonds seem to defy their nickname - and gravity
`It was odd all of a sudden to not think of myself as part of the work force'
`It was a relief to be clear on what I really wanted to do ...'
If Dr. Seuss had a funk band ...
Moscovites meet Moses Shagal. Confronted with Chagall's painting `Clock with Blue Wing,' an older Soviet citizen explained to his wife `You see, tim...
Tory revision would change the face of schooling
Move your foot, it's on my antique
English odes go west, book by book. BELLES-LETTRES
Zurbar'an becoming better known - but popular? This Spanish painter's somber, religious art clearly deserves its `masterpiece' reputation
Musical `Roza' pays tribute to a tough, happy, generous survivor
Boston Symphony opens season amid plans for recordings, tours
What do we owe them?
Dear Mother, I never went to Brussels for fun
Egypt's low-key leader heads for fresh term. Critics laud new freedoms under Mubarak, but say he hasn't done enough to boost economy or stem fundame...
Argentine-Soviet discussions focus on finances and disarmament. Though differences on trade remain, Soviet's visit seen to consolidate ties
Unusual protests in Chinese-controlled Tibet signal desire for religious freedom. CHALLENGE FOR CHINA
President of moderate Tunisia names hard-line successor
Why the Japanese love Van Gogh
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