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Monitor Archive for December 3, 1986
What did the President not know?
Weinberger faces European barrage
Terrorists rarely achieve main goals, but do win lesser victories
Karpov challenge has obstacle
The FBI is investigating a recent racial hazing incident at The Citadel
Still life of a winter evening
Jacques Verges: provocative French lawyer who is `against laws'
Do we need people?
Privacy and Personal Freedoms. Balancing the trade offs. From seat-belt laws to abortions, Americans are having a tough time deciding which private...
Renewed violence tests Indian government. Ethnic strife threatens position of Gandhi-backed Sikh moderates
Proposed law raises specter of language dispute in Quebec
Peter Gabriel's `eloquent musical vision' is packing them in
GM hopes for EDS high-tech fell foul of human equation
Opening doors to the Soviets
Farm program barely under way, yet pressure builds for changes
A gift for cooking. 'Tis the season for publishers to serve up Christmas cookbooks, designed for giving. Here's a sampling.
Dealing with SDI
Japan's rosy self-image on US screens. Multi-front media campaign targets cable and public TV
News In Brief
Moscow hints test ban will end. Kremlin charges growing US belligerence
Montreal's new mayor has plans for `model' city and government
French designer brings his fashion to Moscow
Competition jolts credit cards
A winter stillness
Cary Grant - when the going was suave
Special counsel to unravel Iran-contra skein. Reagan taps old-hand Carlucci to head beleaguered security agency
Speaking out for Standard English. Barzun's brief essays are equal parts gravity, urbanity, and wit
Why it's time for George Shultz to stand aside
Former college band gaining ground with `do-it-yourself' style
Schlesinger looks afresh at America's political experiment
President's public approval rating falls. Pollsters say Reagan's strength - effective leadership and personal trust - is questioned after Iran-contr...
John Waihee, first governor of Hawaiian ancestory, inaugurated in 50th state
Police departments make plans to swap undercover officers. Criminals recognize agents who stay in one city too long
Aesthetic movement has a show - after 100 years
Irangate: the larger lesson
Contra leaders plan diplomatic drive
Increasingly restless Haitians pressure government to step down. Despite harsh criticism, Namphy is sure he can last until '87 elections
In Her Majesty's shadow
US envoy to NATO: alliance working well. But Ambassador Abshire stresses need to beef up conventional forces
`An answer of peace'
Musical `Smile' salutes teen-age hopefuls
Latin America's modern women writers
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what do sports tell us all?
Privacy rulings - a tale of two eras