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Monitor Archive for April 16, 1986
Jewish-Catholic relations: a reconciliation in Rome
US raid on Libya marks shift in war on terrorism
Gulf widens between Sri Lankan government and rebel Tamils
Soviets cancel meeting with US, but are seen as wanting to limit damage to ties
Yannatos sets war and peace texts to music in latest work. `Trinity Mass' libretto: now sincere, now ironic
D'ej`a vu in US House over `contra' aid. Democrats still trying to attach strings to military assistance
Colleges should do without spring football practice
End hockey violence now
Shuttle probe starts new phase. Rogers panel to prepare recommendations; redesigning boosters likely to be a top one
Ex-Hungarian shows her mettle in Las Vegas
`Big Deal': Fosse's back on Broadway. Pop-song oldies propel musical
Homely but tasty catfish
If you teach writing, you must write
`Run it up the flagpole'
Thatcher loses out over Sunday shopping. British Labour Party, churches, unions unite to defeat her plan
Replacing the `spirit of fear'
Why defense giants tie in with start-ups. `Partnering' gives high-tech access or paths apart from Pentagon
Foundations can't do it all. Budget crunch may prevent foundations from sponsoring new programs, says James Joseph
College years: business education and liberal arts do mix
Hammerstein lyrics reprised on stage -- and now in print
A builder of `sound' buildings. In Richard Murphy's poems, form is as concise as content
Libya: why the US moved
Poems drawn from a soldier's career
Shedding a little light on the night people
Europeans, Soviets, Americans react to US attack. European allies feel deceived, fear escalation of terrorism
Three `contra' aid bills being debated in House
Don't let `escrow' on home payments take you by surprise
Rebuff for Libyan terrorism -- now stand up for peace
Why this shape and not another?
Da Vinci's diet? Ask Leonard Beck
America p.m. trilogy
Manila's new envoy to US: `missionary disguised as diplomat'.