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Monitor Archive for February 18, 1986
Joyce Cary on when a novel is finished
Getting safely to the post-Marcos era in the Philippines
Imelda Marcos: `Now we can retire to history'
Americans cope with sensitive subject
What's fueling the bull market? It's crude, sweet crude
Marcos: `This is a mandate I cannot refuse'. In a Monitor interview, Marcos said Aquino's campaign to unseat him will end in violence. But many Aqui...
HAITIAN FREEDOM. Haitians celebrated liberation recently when President-for-Life Jean-Claude Duvalier fled his country for France. They want to know...
International relations from an ecological perspective
Despite Series collapse, Cardinals still a powerful `turfball' team
Why winter mud in Romania is a bright sign for economy
Marketing Amtrak's rails
Symbolic logic and the Nicelys
The `new' Kennedy
Gourmet gardening. Haute-cuisine veggies so fresh your taste buds won't recognize them
Thought-provoking look at how two cuisines evolved
The budget as a political pivot
L'enfant terrible of the Paris press. Delightfully disrespectful, Le Canard nips at the heels of French establishment
Lantern Festival . Chinese families climax their New Year celebration with a feast of color and light
Helping teens choose life
Freedom in Asia
Socialist wins presidency in Portugal
A data-base sampler
Ask the Gardeners Q & A
Twists of speech
Soviet Union faces rising costs, uncertainties in holding third-world gains