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Monitor Archive for November 10, 1987
Dole banks on political skills. Senator emphasizes Midwest roots and his can-do Washington image
Moving communism's economic mountains. Deng Xiaoping and Mikhail Gorbachev are trying to wrest their huge nations from economic ruts. The Chinese so...
Experts puzzle over evidence of Soviet strategic defense. SOVIET-STYLE SDI
Public housing crusader works to invest in the `good' tenants. William Lindsey faces his biggest challenge: tackling Miami projects
Vietnam makes campus comeback - still divisive after all these years
Early Einstein: the young physicist's papers
Lumps in the universe confound theories of cosmic structure
Space-age dig in ancient Egypt. An international team of scientists and archaeologists adapts today's technology to explore a 4,600-year-old pit nea...
A close-up of candidate Bush
Joint economic action
Of slow days and long hair
An ominous turn of events in the Philippines
First Snow. Veterans Day, Needham, Mass.
Coach Reagan's endgame
`Incubators' help nurture good ideas into profitable businesses. Entrepreneurs pay normal rent, but management advice is free
Escapees from the stock market shouldn't seek refuge in collectibles
Lessons from Salomon Brothers may be useful to other firms
Exotic animals on the auctioneer's block. Animal-welfare people scrutinize amusement park's sale
Anti-fur publicity grows - but sales in US are up, too
Mexican craft bargains: you learn to deal for them
Young virtuoso in the old-fashioned fiery mold. Violinist Salerno-Sonnenberg dazzles like a Liszt or Paganini
No `good reasons' for fear
Bomb blast hits Sri Lanka city at critical stage in peace plan
French leaders on both sides play down Iran `scandal'
Talks on US bases in Greece test Papandreou's standing with left
N. Ireland bombing seen as triggering widespread public revulsion
Egypt set to gain from Arab summit
Militant nationalism on the rise in Tibet. Dalai Lama says better educated youth are key force
`Waterkantgate' jolts W. German conservatives - or does it?
Lori McNeil vaults from public parks player to tennis heights
Sundown at Warwick Castle
Oakability, or, the art of defying gravity
`REVOLUTIONARY CHRISTIANITY' SHAKES UP THE STATUS QUO
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