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Monitor Archive for May 15, 1986
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When things don't work out
Ukrainian struggle for identity
USFL seeking big gain in courtroom; return of a tennis native
WHY TERRORISM? TWO CLOSE-UP VIEWS. AN IRISH PROTESTANT
Last year in Ahmedabad . . .
Saudi arms sale is measure of Reagan foreign policy clout
Take the UN Security Council seriously again
Drug trafficking sparks war of words between US and Mexico
As Norway deals with oil . . .
Levine and the Met face uphill climb
US and Canada prepare to talk free trade
Horton Foote: filmmaking radical with a tender touch
Born and raised in USA: livestock for world poor
`Samaritan' finds itself in middle of `sweeps' competition
Gorbachev's economic reforms -- what will they accomplish?
Nakasone's fortunes go down when the yen goes up. Japanese leader's woes fuel power struggle within his party
Very different musical styles find a common meeting ground
Mogul art -- the best of two worlds
Haitian upheaval proves bad for business Union organizing, image of instability cool investment
`Compunications' a new word in Baby Bell expansion plans
WHY TERRORISM? TWO CLOSE-UP VIEWS. A PALESTINIAN
Soviet extends test ban. Cites Chernobyl as ominous warning
THE TERRORIST MENTALITY. THE Shiite suicide bomber who drove her explosive-packed Peugeot into an Israeli Army convoy in South Lebanon last year was...
Sure winner for Nebraska
Guns for Saudis and the President's veto
Yugoslavia's most-wanted Nazi receives death sentence in trial
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Vertical gardens: large yields from small space
Diplomats hopeful about Taiwan agreement to talk with China