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Monitor Archive for December 29, 1986
`Dear Aunt Sophrona, thank you for the purple mittens ...'
Iran-contra's lesson for US:be consistent
Filipino rebels' `class' dilemma
Tax reform: new resolutions
I'm sure we went to Hong Kong
International education. Topic raises controversy as well as consciousness
A view once shared
New `Die Fledermaus' heads for TV
Auschwitz youth center founded on need for emotion, reflection. Group sees donation of center as victory for healing process
Our ship came in
Pentagon-campus ties. Some academics voice concern over rapid rise of military research contracts since 1980
Iraqi jet hijack bears mark of pro-Iran radical Muslims. But Iraqis' swift action hides terrorists' identities, demands.
Indian tribe's business venture lifts hopes in a corner of Idaho
Kokoschka's art and life celebrated in major retrospective
1986:The Year in Sports
US defense: new scrutiny
News In Brief
Picasso exhibition beginning national tour in Los Angeles
Contras lag in bid to make gains before US debates funds
Gorbachev's reforms: old hat, and good news, for E. Europe. Kremlin borrows on Hungary's experience
Economy will be slow off the mark in '87, financial experts say
OPEC helps spruce up tattered oil giants
Planned sale of US computer to India points up snags in relations. Some Americans fear the technology could fall into Soviet hands
Dance seen as only one element in a Nikolais performance
Virginia's Wilder challenges US system to work. Black lieutenant governor's winning political style combines grit, patience
Small business looks ahead - with caution
A prep course on marriage. Mock divorce trial accents issues for Connecticut teens
Converting unused buildings into housing for the elderly
Masterful drawings of an ancient theme. Noah's menagerie seen the way he might have depicted it
Demonstrations: a moral equivalent of war
1986: Lessons of ethics, foreign competition for US business
Turning back the tide of state ownership of business, utilities
The Home Forum Competition
Race for `Auld Mug' is boon for Fremantle
Convenient peace or true peace?
Worker rights: a moral basis for trade policy
NATO: `success story'
On resolving to deserve a better government