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Monitor Archive for March 26, 1986

Nicaragua opposition tightly controlled. Opposition parties lament small role in key decisions
Alaska faces future confidently, despite falling oil revenues
The right choice in an age of overchoice
Rhode Island's legal crusader.Former nun pledges to scrub state's image clean
The stars shine on Brooklyn
Make mine Glasgow
Neither US strike nor Qaddafi popular with Arab regimes
Finally at ease in Manhattan
`Precious Sons' -- a downbeat comedy
The uses of commonwealth in foreign policy . . .
April Skychart/Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Hamming it up -- with fruit, spices, or Southern style
Cost of Libya clash: more anti-Americanism? Arab frustrations over Israel, Iran, and oil prices increased by US actions
Armchair tour through four centuries of gardens
South Korea: Is it the `next Philippines'?
GM bid for Britain's Land Rover fuels anti-American feeling
Protest in Haiti threatens survival of provisional government
Bye-bye, N.Y.
News In Brief
Outlook for Bhopal settlement gives Carbide sounder footing
Attacks on palace, US Embassy in Japan seen as effort to disrupt summit
Young director moving confidently among various media
Honduras confirms Nicaraguan troop incursions but downplays situation
EPA sends biotech industry a warning to obey federal rules. Agency cracks down on firm that illegally tested bacteria
Pentagon says Soviets are at work on missile able to evade `star wars' defense
Crossing Qaddafi's line
Rickey recognized invaluable contributions of baseball wives
Winners at 58th Academy Awards
Leaving the driving to mutual funds: check out the prospectus map first
This is the year for mega-events to aid big causes
Elite Oscars?
. . . and in the American community