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Monitor Archive for November 10, 1986
Educators give high score to Carnegie report on colleges
Minor news item in an evening roundup
GM plant closings tocost Michigan $1.5 billion and 17,500 jobs
`Bad paper' vets -- America's discarded warriors
When veteran sportscaster Vin Scully speaks, millions listen
Games children play. From around the world, games like mancala and tangram in a new exhibit
Rethinking the agenda: arms
... the environment
The old-fashioned food grinder just grinds slowly on
For US Hispanics, Election '86 brought triumphs and setbacks. Wins in Florida and Texas, but doubt on English-language vote
... the economy ...
Prendergast: every detail was lovingly attended to
Long Wharf mounts powerful production of Miller drama
Israel confirms it is holding man who made nuclear allegations. But questions remain on security lapses, mysterious disappearance
Proposed W. German law to tackle terrorism sparks dissent. Opposition and coalition critics say it could endanger civil rights
Alleged US-Iran dealings linked to firing of Saudi oil minister. New Saudi oil policy said to be one of Iran's key demands on US
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
Sculpture class and enduring things
Sandinista anniversary flaunts military might
Beat and bounce in new stock offerings
Aquino plans Cabinet shifts. Row with military over officials' policies sparks proposal
Joint program for US-Soviet study of Mars is on the horizon
`Expert' entrees served to clients of `Powerlunch!'
Short stories that catch moments seen with an affectionate eye
In Mexico, one runs for office discreetly. Mexicans speculate on who President will name as successor
US trade remedy slow to act, but the effect may prove dramatic
They reveled in the courage
Colleges' lack of community echoes disconnected society
Vietnam: Separating warrior from war
CIA to exploit Soviet failings in third world
Republican disappointment - but Reagan didn't lose
Remember docudrama? It's back under a new name
Spiritual identity versus material roots
Events stack up against arms control. The US is expected to break SALT 2 limits this week by outfitting one more bomber with cruise missiles. Critic...
Falling profits force corporations to cut back charitable giving
Enrile investigation not aimed at helping Aquino, US insists. Some Filipinos charge that US is meddling in Manila politics
US-Iran reports trouble Europe. Allies fear US made about-face on `no deals' policy with terrorists