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Monitor Archive for March 4, 1987
Job bias and infectious illness
US and Israel disagree on status to be accorded emigrating Soviet Jews
PUSHING TOBACCO. Hong Kong bans snuff, but US firm seeks other Asian markets
Excerpt from `Printing Technology'
President, Congress, and public: a shared foreign policy role
Does Reagan have a future?
Practical consequences of nuclear disarmament
Buying signed art is terrific - for an autograph collector. Artist's signature may enhance investment value, but it's iffy
Tax season '87 - `so long' to many features. It's the last chance for things like full deductibility on an IRA
Composer Anthony Davis hears music in human voice
Nigerian drama blends plot, pageantry. `Death and the King's Horseman' on stage
US to offer arms treaty
Italians weigh early vote as Craxi resigns
Aquino shifts to high gear on land reform. She worries farmers won't get good deal after Congress begins
Why time may be ripe for arms deal
Protestant sects find fertile soil in troubled Central America
Big East's spectacular growth tied to basketball packaging
The Commodore was home
The well-seasoned bookseller
DETECTIVES IN SPACE. Sensors mounted on satellites send a stream of invaluable scientific information back to earth; now the US is in danger of losi...
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