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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1986
With Gov. Babbitt retiring, Democrats face tough test in Republican Arizona
The night Hideo Takeuchi danced the `go-go'
Emily Dickinson's letter to the world
Chernobyl: stirring nationalism? Ukrainian resentment of Moscow rule expected to rise
British inns: the colorful signs sometimes need decoding
'84 Olympic alternate tackles challenges, keeps on flipping
THE FEAR OF FEAR ITSELF. Terrorism, so often sponsored by nations and magnified by the media, plants seeds of fear throughout the world. And fear ca...
Malaysian state's shot at multiracial politics could have nationwide impact
ACTS OF TERROR?
How man may be helping to keep down the level of the seas
The long road. Minor league baseball players and their families make major sacrifices -- for big dreams
Valuing the past
Civil defense plan would protect elite, critics say
New Burroughs try for Sperry: more for bullets than bytes?
Alternatives to the Libya bombing
Canadian leader visits Peking to boost business ties
US looks for a sign from European allies on chemical arms production
Lyudmila and her family. . . . . . became my dear friends
Saatchi ad satchel bulges anew
Secret contacts on `contras'. Honduras, Nicaragua share intelligence to avert war
A year after MOVE, residents still displaced, mayor on shaky ground
Paul Taylor dancers range from Bach to `Bach'
MODERN TERRORISM SPRANG FROM SEEDS PLANTED IN THE '60s
It's a good day for a limerick