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Monitor Archive for March 31, 1986
Staying the course with Volcker
Funding scientific research on campus
Soviets shift arms tactics. But summit offer, test-ban emphasis seen as only another attempt to derail `star wars'
Fostering democracy abroad
Democrats see hurdles ahead for `contra' aid as issue passes to the House
Five controversial documentaries to air on PBS
Pope plot trial ends in ambiguous verdict
High-tech stocks lofting out of their three-year market slump
Pss't, that silver recycler could recycle your money down the drain
US has licked inflation, oil blockage; but who's minding the deficit?
Anatomy of an insurgency
Big cities, as well as deserts, inspired her lyrical images
No more `benign neglect' -- US makes its presence felt at UN
A `magazine' on wheels. Streetfare Journal brings art, poetry to city buses
Maine Indians on choice of nuclear waste sites: `Why us?'. Tribes say selection process violates rights
Program aims to develop leadership skills in youth
Market run-up has more still more brokerages going public
`Our Jeremiah' sees water going down the tubes
Senate version of aid to the `contras'
Breezes of social change sweep slowly through Senegal
Arkansas: Not exactly Texas. Both states turn 150; but where Texas has 10-gallon ego, Arkansas struggles with an `inferiority complex'
Czechoslovakia moves cautiously ahead under Soviet shadow
Turning up the heat on the `boiler rooms'. Big task force cracking down on investment con games in US
Top-ranked Duke wary of Louisville in NCAA basketball final. Blue Devils seek first title vs. tournament-tough Cardinals
A Swede who painted the American West
US spotlight irks Hondurans. Officials worry US could push them into conflict with Nicaragua on `contra' issue