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Monitor Archive for December 19, 1986
Gorbachev ready to take on regional bosses?
Reagan, Gorbachev settle into d'etente by default
Brazilian writer's lyrical prose in English
News In Brief
All aboard! Exploring a toy train empire. For 25 years, Adolf Arnold has been a relentless collector
Colombia steps up drug fight following murder of journalist
US aid request for Salvadorean police tangled in human rights
Malaysia's own auto gets boost from US
PUSH, perfecting its boycotting techniques, takes on Revlon
Amy Grant: no ego-tripping here
World outlook points to more growth, but pickup in inflation, too
Performances give lift to `Crimes of the Heart'
Iran testimony conflicts. Week of appearances by officials has answered some questions, but not lessened the controversy
Mansfield: Japan's Mideast ties go way back. US envoy says Tokyo's unique Mideast role led to bid to free hostages
Nicaragua's message to Washington. Hasenfus pardon aims at better ties with Democrat-led Congress
Soviet law comes of age
Japan: facing its own test
All the ways home
Report on Bay State consultant costs: why so long in coming?
American crafts come of age
Chinese teachers abroad. Program helps enrich high-schoolers back home via `multiplier' effect
In N. Ireland, politics don't curb Christmas shopping
The hunt for red bananas
Voyager: designed on a napkin, built on a shoestring
Scientists take unusual approaches to SDI. Dozens of small-business contracts for SDI reveal the challenges of designing a shield against nuclear we...
Welcome mat out for new skiers; freestylers cleared for takeoff
Campus life and politics: a Palestinian student's two worlds
Repression in South Africa
Daley: last of old-time mayors. Chicago machine survives in weaker form, as Harold Washington struggles to hold on
Micmac basketmakers. Way up in Maine's Aroostook County, nimble fingers keep a traditional craft alive
Brother presses on to get ill sibling out of Russia
2 cities, 3 airports, 1 Canadian solution
Loretta Young returns to TV after 23 years
Pretoria media curbs aim to limit audience of apartheid foes. Afrikaners have legacy of pressing newspapers to use self-censorship
Britain goes with AWACS, raises ire
Resolving not to make the wrong resolutions