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Monitor Archive for October 9, 1986
Iceland's larger message
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Voyager among distant families. Exploring life of remote cultures
A poet who was once a president. Senegal's senior world citizen sees future multiracial civilizations
`Don Carlos,' `Jenufa' at San Francisco Opera
Brzezinski: Iceland a chance to promote `star wars'
New federalism ideas in wake of revenue sharing. Welfare is one candidate for federal, state reallocations
A `super's' night at the opera
Two serious TV plays tackle problems of family behavior
French suspicion of Syrian role in terror grows. Evidence in London trial fuels concerns about Syrian connection
Indiana seeks to avoid replay of '85; North Carolina's `find'
Third world feels left out in the cold by Iceland meeting. Fears preoccupation with arms overshadows development issue
Carmaker DeLorean is back in court -- this time over fraud
London's Big Bang: Could Labour make the City whimper?
The present danger to the free world
WORTH NOTING TV
Church and state separation gives both protection. School prayer controversy casts continuing shadows
House committee questions NASA expertise
Brazil's cattlemen and government lock horns over price freeze
Out in the sun and the wind
Peres to step down, not aside. Israeli leader, buoyed by high ratings, plans active new role
`True Stories': another plus for David Byrne
From apocalyptic novels to `beige' notes. Here Monitor columnist Melvin Maddocks, book editor Thomas D'Evelyn, and Home Forum editor Maggie Lewis jo...
State of the Arts/Literary Arts. This third installment in a series of occasional round-table chats on the arts brings together Monitor writer Melvi...
Voters in 44 states face ballot initiatives. Taxes and money-spending matters dominate lengthy list.
Make or break? Soviets see Iceland meeting as key to future US relations
Iceland: where representative government began
Gorbachev's allies seek better China ties. East-bloc trips should boost Soviet bid for improved relations
Aquino's US trip shy of investment goals
Soviets sent new troops to Afghanistan, US says