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Monitor Archive for February 4, 1986
A Scottish town turns itself around
Soviet reform: so far, mostly talk. Gorbachev's promises of change have generated high expectations, but the economy remains stagnant. This economic...
Costa Rica vote
Botha seeks black leaders willing to talk to Pretoria
What you need to know about THE PHILIPPINE ELECTION. A presidential election: issues and candidates
Reflections in eccentric eyes
Whalers try to net playoff spot playing in NHL's tightest division
Truth quiz on employment tests gains adherents -- and critics
Here comes the sunflower -- ornamental and edible
Foreign aid undermines Tanzania's drive to solve its own problems. `Nation has very little to show,' says resident
Stanford students attack Hoover Institution in mural
Someone's talking to you!
Pioneer Indian lawyer speaks up for the rights of his people
Ferment over federal-state power balance. As lawmakers debate revenue-sharing, Reagan to call for welfare reform in State of the Union
Steamy Sarawak's main export adds spice to life
`Reperception' may be key to world peace. Responsibility for change lies with individuals, says Stanford futurist
Aesop revives a lapsed Latinist
Storm clouds gather over Israel's Lavi warplane
Why you can say` I am not hurt'
`Unpalatable truths' about the Hong Kong agreement
What you need to know about THE PHILIPPINE ELECTION
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Senegal's Door of No Return. The serenity of sunny Goree Island belies its haunting history