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Monitor Archive for April 28, 1986
From a sky of surprise to a sky of contentment
States take up issue of alien `sanctuary'. N. Mexico joins cities as haven for Central American `refugees'
UN, awash in a sea of red ink, takes steps to keep from sinking. Proposals call for cutting expenses and getting members to pay debts
Breaking down the barriers between jazz and classical music
The pink paper on our door declared us a `five-good family'
Treiman's art -- engagingly enigmatic
A place for spiritual vision in the media?
GE planning to plug in on investment banking in a big way
Learning mathematics from detectives, starlets, cowboys
Mothers Against Gangs. New Chicago group says `Enough!' to teen violence
The pirate vs. the cowboy
Setting limits for lobbyists
`Reaching out' by phone for a lot less. AT&T rate cut will put pressure on MCI, others
Rumblings abroad favor stocks of companies on the home front
Aquino weathers storms. In two months at helm, Filipino leader has applied deft but sometimes slow hand in managing nation
News In Brief
Timing and target of Madrid blast point to Basque terrorists
From my mother's hand
Why US is unlikely to hit terrorists in Syria or Iran
Britain's Thatcher reaffirms pro-Reagan stand. Prime minister urges European support of US-backed antiterrorist plan
Probing Mexico's intellectual life
Reagan's Ramboism -- the fantasy of star warsand the danger of real wars
Buying socks 'n stocks on Oxford Street
Concern for the nation's teachers extends to the university level
Sutton eyes 300th victory; Leonard looks strong in comeback
Educators welcome progress in US school reform but say tough challenges remain
Botha's tough job: convincing blacks to accept gradual reform
At `Eton of Africa,' the style is boaters and blazers
All eyes are on yen as nations prepare for economic summit
Maria Ewing offers a different Carmen
London's `City' looks to brisk new breezes on financial horizon