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Monitor Archive for January 24, 1986
Foundations of religious freedom
Program aims to rejuvenate teachers. Awards in Chicago say `you are valued'
A lasso on Merrill Lynch? Run-up in brokerage stock spurs rumors of takeover try
Getting rid of pain
Economic despair spurs violence among S. Africa's rural blacks. Desperate search for jobs brings intra-black, white-black unrest
Western firms step up hunt for oil in China's `Wild West'
Likely budget-cut losers: US cities and poor blacks. Mayors in capital, lobby against aid slashes
Demand for office space has Tokyo rents soaring
Eclectic look prevails at Winter Antiques Show
Distinguishing a cup of cocoa
Likely budget-cut losers: US cities and poor blacks. `State of Black America' paints grim picture
New techniques in cross-country skiing; winter carnivals in full swing
Antique show benefits community program1
Europe devotes a year to traffic safety
Pepsi, reaching for 7-Up, looks to add more juice to soda wars
INDIA, A literary feast. A festtival of books is at hand to be celebrated with the Festival of India,a two-year program of artistic and cultural pre...
Peres signals urgency for progress in Mideast peace effort. On European tour, Israeli leader displays some flexibility on Palestinian issue
Tracing the artistic path of Mondrian
Natural smog on Uranus? Scientists piqued by Voyager data on atmosphere, its circulation, moons
Tribalism, Marxism don't mix
Improved Patriot attack to test tough Bear defense in Super Bowl
On the road with Homer Watson
Polish composer Penderecki and Cracow on tour in US
Washington asks questions on Marcos regime's use of US aid
Soweto's white police chief: `Change is coming'