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Monitor Archive for November 12, 1986
Drama documents road back from drug addiction
The first Thanksgiving. Ducks instead of turkeys?
Humanitarianism tempered with politics
A TV mystery that's phony but fun
Walking shoes - a market that could outrun running shoes
China warms up the environment for its frustrated foreign investors
ARCHITECTURE inspired by ART. Frank Gehry's highly original designs are showcased in an offbeat, touring exhibition
US dealing with Iran heightens Syria-Iran tensions. US said to undercut Syria's role as Mideast power broker
Author, editor who campaigns for humanity
Tagging along with a favorite funny lady
Studies hint at better ways to head off child abuse. Child abuse is a difficult problem, affecting 1 million American children a year. But studies s...
EC sanctions Syria
Life without lumps. Whipping and churning your way to smoother mashed potatoes.
Thinking the `unthinkable' - Indo-US security ties
The most fun we'd ever had
Beef industry cuts the fat out, as new marketing takes off
The quintessential London cabbie: just call him `intrepid'. Drivers tackle daunting tests and maze of roads
S. Korea's Chun has edge over opposition. President capitalizes on opposition's growing divisiveness
The first Thanksgiving. Not Plymouth, but Tidewater?
Some funds' fancy claims of rates are becoming more reliable
Dressed to fill. No longer pretentious and over-preened, pheasant takes center table in humble homes.
The `unquestioned truths'. Author James Carroll talks about Ireland, war, and national identity
Largent a great catch and catcher for Seattle; Bears napping?
Shoring up US credibility in Mideast seen as antiterrorist tool
W. Germany's conservatives looking strong before '87 election
No mileposts in divine Life
From the turnpike: New England woods
New members of the nuclear weapons club
Experimental plays with ideas ride hospitable `Next Wave'
Nicaragua's tribunals sidestep confines of outmoded judicial code
Education: a broader view
As easy as pie? Who ever said pie was easy? Every one you make is a work of art.
Novel evokes dreamlike stillness before Holocaust nightmare
... the community's role
Many hard-pressed US farmers resorting to direct marketing. Skipping middlemen puts more cash, sooner, in producers' pockets
Despite rain, Southern harvest and farmers' futures are bleak. The farming business once ran entirely on handshake credit - now that has stopped
Decisions within decisions: the good citizen's quandary
Ham country's best. Mahogany-colored, salty, unforgettable: Smithfield graces the Southern table.
US divestment bankrupts aid programs for S. Africa blacks. Pullouts seem to have no influence on Pretoria policy
Unraveling the mysteries of meringue
Filipino military tests the limits of its power
Company's coming! Holiday entertaining can be joyous and easy--with the right recipes.
They had Larry, Tony, and `the train'