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Monitor Archive for March 7, 1986
News In Brief
Sorting out the p's and q's
Latin American history. Uruguayan writer's lyrical, personal vision
Dear God, please heal me!
Back in print. Virago series reissues work by women
Debunking the myth of women's liberation
One helping of Celtics-watching and there was no turning back
Testing time for Soviet, US leadership. Washington raises questions about arms control, summit
The NAACP takes a more activist tack. Plodding rights group aims to infuse its 1,800 branches with youthful drive; shifts its headquarters to Baltim...
Brazil's economic `shock' plan: risk for Sarney
TV tribute to Spencer Tracy -- by his closest friend
Panter-Downes, Keane win new readers
Writing a new chapter for the Philippines
Evocative account of Arctic strays toward soapbox
The Canadian trio who turned flooring into a real estate empire
Now in paper.
Exporting trouble. Products banned in US often resurface abroad
Between assignments. (Playday)
New Soviet space station `Mir' marks crossroad in spaceflight. Once operating, it will host permanent human presence on orbit
China's younger leaders. Newcomers like Gao face task of making reforms stick
French and W. German defense agreement: a satisfying step for Bonn
Part of insurance problem laid to low-rate, high-risk policies
Book briefs. Political economy of the future
Please include metronome clicks
Choices for children
Forgotten nations. US policy toward native Americans
Dealing with today's high school students. Principals discuss challenges of motivation and discipline
Vietnam war. The view from Hanoi, Peking, Moscow
Iran's push into Iraq linked to plunging oil prices. Iran warns Gulf states: stop aid to Iraq, stop flooding oil market
French election expected to pit President against Parliament