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Monitor Archive for August 24, 1987
Bicycle ban starts in midtown Manhattan. City hopes 90-day trial will improve safety; opponents argue it's premature
Outlook for economy: improvement. Positive factors outweigh trade deficit, dip in auto sales
Thaw in US-Syria relations will be tested by events. US envoy to return, but areas of potential friction persist
In hock to the clock: a call for `slow is beautiful'
Lonetree lawyers vow to appeal after conviction on spy charges. A court-martial panel reconvenes today to sentence Marine Sgt. Clayton Lonetree, the...
The distinguished career and rapid fall of Britain's Anthony Eden
Corporate mentors help black college students. Program not only provides a scholarship, but also a volunteer to each participant
Preservation or public use: a Caribbean civics lesson
The budget adrift
Waking up from the dream of the `victorious' contras
Looking further into space
Policy review needed: why US troops in Europe?
Future unclear for see-through cans
Airline re-regulation won't fly - for now. But some new rules on safety are proposed
As employment climbs, so may workers' ranks wearing the union label
What of young brokers when bears return?
On safari with the children - how some parents cope
When your child travels alone
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers
Traveling with junior. With a little creative planning, flying with the kids doesn't have to be a hassle
Scots art is only part of the mix
Thatcher's privatization faces pitfalls
Modern Scottish art packs a punch in Edinburgh
Victorious Lange is long on promises
When young Mormon artists went to Paris to study. Both the church and American Impressionism benefited from the experience
The Cure: tour conditions hide band's subtler side
PBS focuses skillfully on two widely different communities. In Silicon Valley, traditions date back only a few years and residents feel the pressure...
PBS focuses skillfully on two widely different communities. Rural Long Bow, near Peking, strives to hold on to its ancient traditions as it adjusts...
Praying in time of need
UN to discuss nations' security: a result of arms or development? US boycotts conference, saying guns and butter are separate issues
South Korea adjusts to labor's assertiveness
Iranians set to launch offensive - on the diplomatic front
China reins in private enterprise. New restrictions seen as gain for critics of economic reform
Aging missiles: a useful sideshow to superpower arms talks. As the superpowers jockey for an arms deal, a key bone of contention is the presence of...
Ex-great Bob Cousy forms basketball league with 6 ft. 4 in. height limit
Toronto making all-out bid to host centennial Olympics in 1996
`A clean, journeyman job is the artist's concern'
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Giving Maine a try
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