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Monitor Archive for October 8, 1986
Role of religion in E. bloc. Topic for first-ever Catholic-Communist summit
Poland: time for restraint
Secret contra aid: public or private? Downed aircraft raises new questions about CIA involvement
Flowers and earflaps
A voice of moderation
Hurdles on the road to a superpower summit. Assessing the benefits and risks for Reagan
Heeding European arms concerns
A new use for the line between East and West
Revamping urged for theater in Britain. Report cites recent declines and makes 95 recommendations
An `Independent' challenge to Fleet Street stalwarts
Back to basics: an old-fashioned way to prepare apples
US volleyball team a smash hit in Paris
Tax law will mean using your wits in saving for youngsters' college
Restoring `the queen of sciences'
America's first poet laureate is no write-to-order man
Pressure builds on US, France to make deal on Lebanon captives
S. Koreans don't like to be measured by Japan economic yardstick
From a conservative's viewpoint. George Will's commentaries on the `antic parade of American life'
The bittersweet trip from Mother Russia to the US
Hear that whistle blow . . .
Orange County launches new performing arts center. Questions over acoustics and expense still persist
US tax bill spurs other countries to consider reform. Nations worry about keeping their investments at home
We have seen the future, and it goes `Queep!'
Spies cost US security dearly. Senate panel says harm greater than previously disclosed
Cape Verde: staying afloat. Known at home and abroad as honest and efficient, nation's people survive with the help of many donors
Icahn pulls ahead of pack of suitors for the hand of USX
Bountiful catch. For 46 years, May Shute has proved to all comers that she knows how to offer up a catch of tasty fish
A mishap in the Atlantic
US, Nicaragua tensions rise. Washington and the CIA deny any connection to the American plane downed by Nicaragua. But Managua's claim that it captu...