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Monitor Archive for September 21, 1987
Bork presents two profiles. Sharp-penned scholar emphasizes judicial restraint in hearings
Detroit teachers end strike; talks resume in Chicago
Auto workers face tough contract fight with GM. Beleaguered car maker says it can't afford to give what prospering Ford gave
Next on arms talks. A pact eliminating shorter-range nuclear missiles, which appears certain now, is seen as significant primarily for the momentum...
Bork pros, antis eager to put views on record
Colorado antidrug effort draws upon `barn-raising' tradition. New program is keyed to getting every level of community involved
Authorities target the profits of crime. Critics say defendants are stripped of rights as well as property
Pentagon's purchasing chief resigns, frustrated with pace of reform
Many women `foot soldiers' in GOP still seek candidate to rally around
Is American melting pot now a multiracial stew?
A place for women to grow. Going co-ed can alter women's college focus
An apology long overdue
Jobs and the auto industry
For better technology transfer: industrial extension services
Nuclear politics in the paradise of the South Pacific
`Transplant' Honda puts down deep roots in US
Making cars in the US: too popular? An impending auto glut would be good for US consumers, but tough on the Big Three, as several Japanese-owned pla...
Canadian row over brokerage defections
Foreign investors aren't buying huge chunks of US farmland
Ways that parents can help their children succeed in school
Coupes catch the eye - and checkbook - of upscale car crowd
The YWCA: not just a fitness or social club. Emphasis shifts toward self-help projects for third-world women
Another step on the road to Moscow
`Terracotta Army' leaps to life in London
An Emmy Awards tug of war
An Impressionist gets her due. A National Gallery show brings well-deserved luster to painter Berthe Morisot
`Hooperman' police drama plays John Ritter as its main card
The freedom within
Woman's role in Aquino coup bid questioned
Among Shiites in Iraqi front-line city, there's little sympathy for Iran. Basra Journal
US-Soviets envision future pacts with more punch. Accord's real value: better ties, not fewer missiles
Islamic rule and Iran's generation gap. Schooled in new ways, kids teach parents `revolutionary values'
`Don Fidel' - cement of Mexican politics
Sandinistas free La Prensa's presses. EASING CENSORSHIP
US-Soviets envision future pacts with more punch. Proposal in hand would give Gorbachev more leverage at home and abroad. Moscow, Washington, and Eu...
Little bat boy shows baseball's human side
Toronto's George Bell slugs way toward MVP honors. Yankee pitcher Tommy John on his late-career improvement
Central Americans find peace process slower than expected
Monopoly: capitalists under a card table
The crown joodles, the mysteries of Egg-pit, and other joys of being a mispronunciation expert
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