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Monitor Archive for April 3, 1986
Nicaragua struggles for economic survival. Planning mistakes, 4-year war with `contras' fuel crisis
How producer Cheryl Crawford found a Southern comedy for Broadway
SHARING WISDOM. Using videotape, people in many isolated villages are being given the opportunity to share in problem solving
Good taste branches out
Last chance in South Africa?
President plus Goldwater equals military reform. Historic changes could cut rivalry among services
Dutoit leads Canadian orchestra to world fame
Unsatisfying verdict in Rome
Squat company: audacious, provocative stagecraft
Typical first novel from an atypical writer
Jackson's new album: cosmopolitan mix
Will casinos sprout amid Miami Beach palms?
Congress to investigate record industry. Reports that promoters paid radio-station employees to give more air time to their records raises hackles o...
Can good thing go too far? US seeks stable oil
Blacks unmoved by apparent easing of ban on S. African activist
The Hawk in the front office; Baylor-for-Easler a logical deal
WORTH NOTING ON TV
N.Y.C. searches for remedies as corruption scandal unfolds
Why Mitterrand is qualified to make power sharing work
Healing the critical heart
The waning of France's Gaullist tradition
Bringing architecture into the public eye
Australia cuts lingering legal links with Britain
Women's next career frontier: top management
Fines against Union Carbide may signal tougher Reagan policy. Critics have called OSHA `toothless tiger'
Premature amnesty makes travesty of immigration bill
TWA bombing highlights Mideast troubles. Bush tours Gulf area to reassure oil-rich allies of US support
Making one house two homes
Will citizen damage suits put the cuffs on law enforcement?