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Monitor Archive for September 25, 1987
Political tide turns against airline mergers
Crane and cronyism: Bay State deserves a better way of hiring
Next few weeks will be crucial for those with stake in Nicaragua. All sides expected to maneuver for advantage as deadlines near
Sizing up the risk of dioxin in paper. CONTAMINANT TRACES
Christian Scientists stage global TV meeting on outreach plans
Press glare vs. bosses in screening candidates
Taking off from the sands of Kitty Hawk into the skies of history
Model bilingual education. But teacher costs double in `dual immersion' classes
Right on, Britannia
South Africa and the bomb
`Zero-zero' and beyond
On the prowl for Canadian firms for upstate New York
From design studio to factory, US-Japanese auto links tighten
North-of-the-border sizzle. US investment in Canada is booming - but flow goes both ways
Bungalow, Sweet Bungalow
America's love affair with older homes. We're a nation of fixer-uppers, says author Clifford Clark
Freeze Frames. A weekly update of film releases.
Mastroianni gives masterly performance in `Dark Eyes'
Orbach stars as rumpled detective; Weaver as a flinty MD
Are you happy with your job?
Clean water spurs change in Ethiopian village
Sudan: hunger remains, relief groups asked to go
Pretoria said to secretly offer to talk to ANC. But speech by black nationalist leader indicates ANC skeptical about Pretoria's intentions
Time for shift of US policy in E. Europe? Bush visit to Poland signals change, but some urge full revamp
Chile's rising economic tide leaves many stuck on the bottom. Critics say official free-market policies widen gap between wealthy and poor
Arms control inches ahead on new fronts. Beyond Euromissile pact, superpowers grope toward `star wars' compromise to pave way for reducing long-rang...
France makes new commitment to defend West Europe
Testing time for US-Soviet relations. Will superpowers link key issues, or pursue them one by one?
Signs that Iran showing some flexibility on UN cease-fire plan. UN PEACE BID
Vietnamese refugees have found a safer route - and are using it
Israeli Likud member, Palestinians propose West Bank self-rule
Salvadorean rebel leader looks toward peace process - and home
`Yankee' Doodle dandy of a football game; peculiar interception
Julian Semyonov's life of illusions. From the bush of Nagonia to the sanctum of the KGB
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The night I met Lindbergh
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