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Monitor Archive for January 21, 1986

Advice for Gary Hart
Northern Ireland's election will test Anglo-Irish accord. Unionists hope Protestant voters will signal opposition to pact
Cracking down on kids who commit crimes
That hovers in the air
A cloud-cast on doing business in space
Coup in Lesotho delights citizens -- and neighboring South Africa
To make big things small . . . . . . and small things big
Industrial powers acted to ease down the dollar; now for interest rates?
Some standard bull-vs.-bear signals looked topsy-turvy last week
Individuals and world peace
PBS series presents dramatic new views of Earth
Lighter touch seen in Soviet foreign policy. But diplomats see little shift from past policies
Poland's vigorous underground press
Ask the gardeners
Tracking Charles Darwin's famous journey
A drag on small firms seeking NASA jobs
Thatcher on Libya
Soviet visit encourages Japanese, though little progress is made
Women around the world
Should the names of young offenders be made public?
East, West cooperate on S. Yemen. Common aim: removal of foreigners from war-torn nation
Award-winning sweet corn -- How Sweet It Is
Isak Dinesen on Africa
`Super' pressure can be stifling; how football's big game began
Fish farm in the midst of Maine's woods is really smoking
A novel of crime and freezing punishment in Russia