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Monitor Archive for February 13, 1986
Italy gets tough in fight against the Mafia
Close Philippine election puts Washington in bind with few apparent options
Why it is important to keep South Africa afloat
`Oil patch' states tighten belts as oil prices drop. Many see end to era of oil as mainstay of state economies
Have you outgrown your job?
Botha's recipe for reform faces test with foreign bankers
The case against the attach'e
An inspired collector of whatever was at hand
For the space-age commuter, L.A. to Washington in 33 minutes
Intimate look at Britain's stage by a critic emeritus
New Tylenol fatality case finds Johnson & Johnson better able to regain stride
Letters to the Editor. Infants' needs vs. the defense budget
S. America moves away from authoritarian rule.
If George Will's politics is `oatmeal,' it's served steaming
Museum plays bring the `boring stuff' in glass boxes to life
Democracy in Argentina: `What are we going to do with it?'
Ultravox singer sees a new age of responsibility in rock music
Haiti: beneath joy, concern for future. Issues: timing of vote, makeup of interim cabinet, and return of exiles
Iran's unfortunate offensive
Is there an orthographer in the house who can spell `pterodactyl'?
Brazil's democracy depends on education of poor majority
Shcharansky's new life in Israel: change and challenges ahead. Ex-prisoner must deal with status as symbol of rights movement
In Libya, life seems to go on as usual. Many Americans in Libya are ignoring Reagan's orders to leave, and many Libyans are ignoring Colonel Qaddafi...
Archaeologist raises a family -- and the Mary Rose
Winter of bad news erodes Margaret Thatcher's image of invincibility