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Monitor Archive for December 10, 1987
Black Southern politicians seek united front for Super Tuesday
Report calls for ending segregated schooling for the handicapped
Wooing US trade is part of Soviet reform agenda. The Soviet `great communicator'
Boston schools: from one magnet to many
He not-so-subtly urges Senate to approve treaty. The Soviet `great communicator'
Waging war with a pen - a history of cartoons against Hitler
Fetal rights - ruling from the family, not the court
Volunteer visitors keep a watchful eye on British prison system
Moscow and the Afghans
Redwoods on Wall Street?
Giving Gorbachev his due on INF
Italy: searching for direction
Seoul election: free and fair
NATO after the new missile agreement
Heeding South African blacks
Give UNESCO another chance
Chile cuts $2.3 billion of red ink by turning debt into investment
US dilemma: to build or not to build new factories?
An American Odyssey. Roaming the West, writer finds living `repositories of national myth'
Fine `Foxfire' drama outshines `Masterpiece Theatre'
Even sets got applause opening night. Engaging `Tristan' from daring young company. Unencumbered by tradition, L.A.'s year-old resident opera is mak...
Hemmings sees bright future for L.A. opera. Engaging `Tristan' from daring young company. Unencumbered by tradition, L.A.'s year-old resident opera...
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Rising above turbulence
Burma at crossroads: culture thrives, but political system wavers. Years of isolation and socialism have taken a toll on people and economy
French play price-is-right guessing game over hostages with Iran
Capture of rebel leader eases security concerns in the Philippines
Panama opposition tries new tack in anti-Noriega campaign. But government's intimidation limits impact
A street-level sampling of S. Korean voters. Informal poll shows the three leading candidates neck and neck
Soviet press warms to United States. THE VIEW FROM MOSCOW
Gators, other 6-5 teams crawl into bowls; Brown's Heisman edge
Francis Hayman's supper-box paintings at Vauxhall
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