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Monitor Archive for April 1, 1986
Industry and dealers scratch their heads over GM price hike
How helmets made Liu Shang Peking's most eligible bachelor
James Thurber on pet peeves
Asleep at the gate
Floor leader of Villanova's 1985 Cinderella team has a new career
Laughter in politics
West Germany produces a soap opera success
California's wilderness in prose and image
Charlotte, N.C., schools find narrow path through religion-secularism thicket
Selma revisited: a quiet revolution
Arresting the superpower slide
Rediscovering April Fools' Day
Michigan's own Sherlock Holmes sleuths in a hightech crime lab
Drama festival sets itself a new course. Louisville event now includes plays that aren't brand new
Fed expected to hold line on interest rates
US officials say South Korea not yet another Philippines, worry more about North Korea
S. Korea opposition: rising support brings rare display of unity
Stories that reflect the rural life
Don't be fooled: before you eat that sandwich, check the cheese
Ethics in the TV newsroom
Apartheid protests lead more US firms in South Africa to stress equal rights
Historic inns of New Mexico
Out of the line of fire. Leaving behind a country ravaged by seven years of civil war and revolutionary rule, Nicaraguans of all ages try to adapt t...
The shifting cosmos. Recent findings appear to challenge some basic assumptions
Mozambique leader moves to give ruling party more power
`What is that noise?'
`The loose-leaf library'
The Sullivan Principles: a code of conduct for US companies in South Africa
China-USSR economic ties strengthening
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
Huge Bering Sea oil deposits are at stake in US-USSR talks. Agreement sought over hazy boundaries set in 1867
Step one--cleaning up thought