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Monitor Archive for December 16, 1986
Small essays on big themes by Italian writer Natalia Ginzburg
Private study estimates acid-rain control cost
UN development agency has big plans for '87. Other nations step in to fill gap left by cut in US contributions
Executive doing `differently'
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
The PLO in Lebanon
Failure to control ozone pollution prompts East Coast lawsuit. To force reduction in ozone pollution, the Conservation Law Foundation has sued the E...
News In Brief
The perfume of character
Nursing-home care moves into era of professionalism. States push higher education standard for administrators
Seeing the forest for the trees on `Bunker Hill'. The battle over Oregon's `old growth' forests
Mozambique: a Soviet colony?
Norway's energetic politics
Dassault aviation flying low from competition, sluggish exports. France's chief aviation firm hurt by its go-it-alone approach
Encore for Abbado at Chicago
White House wary on welfare reform with Democratic Senate
Mexican opposition decries election reform
Joy in Liberalville
Supreme Court agrees to hear Winans appeal
US-policy critics see pattern of harassment in burglaries
Quiet achiever Billy Williams leads Hall of Fame candidates
Buckminster Fuller on the celestial fleet
Southern discomfort: youth gangs lurk. But many say region isn't fertile soil for Chicago-style activity
Contadora gets a reprieve. But can Latin peace effort capitalize on US woes?
Sonora museum makes it easy to find desert wildlife
MINDING THEIR MANNERS. `Social savvy' is the subject of Ritz's course for children
Reagan's crisis detachment. President seems to prefer letting events take their course
`South Pacific' disc with opera, jazz, and Broadway singers
A separate US budget for capital outlays would not ease deficit
Illinois takes lead in state export funding
President Reagan is going to be all right
Comet scientists work to pin down Halley's wobble and spin
Is nutty normal?
Treating addicts whether they can pay - or not
Israel's many reasons for wooing Iran
Inland California growth quickens. More people settling in foothills and valleys instead of on coast
Bonn irked by Perle's advice on spending. Behind row lies US hawks' irritation over NATO burden-sharing
E. Europe looks ahead to leadership changes with hope, concern. Drastic transformation unlikely, but region's diversity could increase
Trouble stirs in Spain's North African enclave. Unrest among Melilla's Muslims attributed to meddling by Morocco
Imitations of reruns of sequels, Part 12
Saudis offer compromise on OPEC production