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Monitor Archive for May 19, 1986
Bush-league baseball means business
Fashion goes full circle for fall
Mets' Strawberry blossoming as hitter; rookies on star ballot
Understanding the Middle East. Former hostage reflects on lessons learned and actions needed
`Contra' leaders seek unity and democratic reform. Nicaraguan rebels are meeting to iron out differences before key aid vote in Congress. But `contr...
Employers and dropouts share plight -- and hope -- on jobs
From killer, to award-winning journalist . . . to freedom?
Untangling the legal mess left by Bhopal. Decision to try cases in India dims prospects for victims' claims
Taxing capital gains at 27%, per new bill, would be a blunder
My signature was found in the wooden trim
Posse of GOP hopefuls vying for chance to stalk Cranston
Hollywood: The former movie queen is trying a comeback
Hungarians say goodbye goulash, hello burgers and fries. Fast-food craze hits sensitive political spot
The Scriptural basis for healing
Japan and its role in `star wars': cause for concern
China's historic city of Ningbo puts itself on the map
UN refugee chief takes West to task for `compassion fatigue'
Illinois set to launch ambitious package of school reforms next fall
Tale of twelve cities: the race to host the 1992 Olympics
Los Angeles earns reputation as a leader in staging new plays
Reading the tea leaves, er, trend lines
Picasso's sketchbooks. On exhibit for the first time, they show evolution of his ideas
Putting the `falls' back in Wichita Falls, Texas
I dug out my owner's manual and started from scratch
China's space program means business. Orders for service begin to come in
Holbein's portraits bring an era to vivid and immediate life
South Korea's `two Kims' -- allied opposition leaders who differ over pac of political reforms
Mixed signals on Mideast terrorist presence in Mexico. Top officials say no real threat, but lower officials disagree