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Monitor Archive for December 24, 1987
Europeans jawbone the dollar. White House, meanwhile, lowers its economic forecast for '88
Moscow on the Charles? A Soviet views Boston
States find alternatives to jail for kids in trouble with the law
Israel violence: What solution? Unrest highlights urgency of achieving a Mideast settlement
Reagan's gains give GOP rosy 1988 outlook. Republicans - especially Vice-President Bush - have visions of electoral sugarplums dancing in their head...
Budget paring is likely to affect health-care plans. SOCIAL PROGRAMS AND DEFICIT
High rent, health costs leaving many elderly hungry
Airlines closing door on two-tier pay. Flight attendants at American ask for one pay scale - and get it
Holy Land dig identifies biblical city of Bethsaida. Archaeologists find shards that date site to Jesus' era
Polaroid photographs as art: timeless visions, not instant images
Religion and politics: a delicate duo
Father Time goes digital
Strangers on a train in Germany
Endgame for the Afghan war
Both caribou and oil
Christmas in Vietnam
Looking back over the year 1987
Ta-ta Hollywood, hello Vancouver. `MacGyver' among shows finding Canada cheaper, more scenic
Rural Canadians may lose post offices
OF PIETY AND PITCHFORKS. Two artful books honor disappearing Shakers and their practical practice of a religion of simplicity
Hand-rung carols from the Bells of Boston. The trick is grabbing the right bell at the right time
Met's Slavic connection: a parade of strong guests
Can partnerships bail out Broadway? Controversial alliances with regional theaters pare costs for producers
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We have a right to be well
The many shades of Christmas. On Christmas Eve there are Santa Clauses on Tokyo's streets and masses in Moscow. Violence still overshadows Belfast a...
Christmas in S. Africa: a time of glitz, pride, and protest. The contrast between white and black S. Africa comes into sharp relief during the holid...
Will Security Council vote give UN greater role in Mideast peace?
Reporting Afghanistan's brutal war. Relief workers and diplomats find coverage too scant
Taiwan opposition struggles for unity to challenge government. But with new freedom to operate, party faces growing factionalism
Zimbabwe political merger strengthens leader's hand. Mugabe gains long-time goal of one party, and opportunity to reshape government
Christmas truce, but peace outlook dims in Nicaragua
Emphasis now on passing at USC thanks to star QB Rodney Peete
The year of the perfect Christmas
Brattle Street florist
Kings and shepherds
Mainline churches open the door - cautiously
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