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Monitor Archive for April 14, 1986
How nations support terrorist operations around the world. As the US seeks Europe's support for a retaliatory strike on Libya, Europe is asking for...
Safari to the wilds of the back pasture
Qaddafi uses Western concerns for foreigners' safety to undercut unity
Revising myths of Vichy France
What the US could learn about education from Japan
`How Peace Came to the World' essays read at New York peace service
Hispanic family caught between cultures. Sensitive PBS drama looks at questions of ethnicity
Young talent on the trail of greatness. John McNamara succeeding with gargantuan canvases
Resorts face question: provide more skiing or let nature be
Accord on Cyprus
By-election victory gives Britain's Labour Party boost for next general vote
Japan's trading partners offer Tokyo advice on raising imports. Occident is at odds with Orient over a trade gap favoring Japan
Women and Islam in Egypt
No, no, not the weather -- a cold and windy topic in Britain these days
Computers show a fast trigger in `program trading'
Dodge Morgan's solo sail gives US a new seafaring hero
Ethnic eateries: the melting pot's aboil. The new immigrants bring new flair in pleasing America's tastes
His palette was a thousand shades of gray
Schools that work: How parents make the difference
The right to make more money
Putting mistakes behind us
A century of federal labor policy
France: two hands on the tiller
Pakistan's Bhutto: strong on mystique, vague on strategy. Opposition leader is careful not to provoke General Zia
Saudis back in OPEC driver seat. With oil prices way down, it's time to cut production, they say
New York to send its four-year-olds into the classroom. Mayor's panel sees benefits for poor; but are kids ready?
Market drenching in early April yields to a new burst of sun