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Monitor Archive for November 20, 1986
The packaging and sale of `star wars'
Buffets and cookies for the holidays
Broadway gets a lift from Noel Coward's light music
Inadequate education is still part of the poverty problem
War, drought worsen famine
Saving the rural landscape. Local conservationists focus on barns and farms
A passing mark for Fresno's Sweeney?
Many mergers being derailed by insider case
Why the President held firm in Reykjavik
When great expectations pay off
Mozambique rebels gaining. Strategy of economic destruction key to rebel successes
Racism: a main cause of innercity poverty
US-Syria ties: fresh thinking, not a rupture, is what's needed
How to pull the plug on a sea of business paperwork
What's wrong with welfare - and a new push to change it
Ladders that have all the angles
W. Germany's Schmidt touts a Europe independent of US
Photography: remembering Bauhaus era
How government sees the ghetto
Senators cite their grievances with `world's greatest deliberative body'
Thanksgiving Day, 1986
News In Brief
Down a familiar street
Peruvian leader's high personal popularity pulls in votes for party
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Civil rights leaders focus on strengthening the black family
Swiss soul-searching follows chemical accident
TVA's nuclear program hampered by management problems
Iran furor strengthens Shultz's hand. But he will stay only if credibility as US foreign policy spokesman is assured
Birthday bash for Golden Gate gets Bay Bridge boost
Some grass-roots programs in inner cities
Marble takes flight
The power of an ad
Ad mergers: post-nuptial blues
To read and to write. One man's struggle to become literate. He couldn't vote by himself, write a letter, read the Bible at church or a menu in a re...
US Caribbean spur a bit blunt
Austria: `Waldheim affair' lingers. Casts shadow over parliament elections
Chicago Lyric Opera prospering from season's vocal gold
Secession scare has Boston mayor mending fences with blacks. `Mandela' referendum failed at polls but stirs City Hall action
MARSHA DARLING'S STORY
The `most impossible' job. Low-key UN chief finds task often thankless
Is proving the terror of global nuclear war a waste of time?
A message to Wall Street
Civil Rights Commission running with skeleton crew. A major budget cut has slashed the size but not the duties of the much criticized Civil Rights C...
Politicization charged at Corporation for Public Broadcasting