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Monitor Archive for May 20, 1986
`Excuse me, but were you in Vietnam?'
Presser case hints at inability of federal agencies to team up
Off the welfare treadmill
Don't wait till you need it
S. African raids on ANC: bid to appease rightists
For some in Bahrain, diving for pearls beats drilling for oil
Assad: he's walking a fine line when it comes to Israel
Swazi King ready to rule -- after exams
Who murdered Palme? Three months later, not even a clue
Cloud over Rhode Island. State is booming as it commemorates 350th year, but corruption and scandal dull celebration luster
How to get better reporting in times of technological crisis
Cheney on high standards for White House inner circle
Alaska B&Bs -- a popular alternative to costly hotels
High court limits affirmative action, but on narrow grounds
Caldwell wins friends for neglected Jan'acek opera
Helping more Americans save: why the Senate should restore IRAs
Two venerable vets guide Montreal's young pups in NHL final
Canadian government gets flak over location of US Embassy
Chris Butler shows her children a better way.
Time for Teamsters reform
How many guns, and for what purpose?
Terrorist havens and law
Key issue in Dutch election is future of welfare system
US hunger grows; programs don't keep up
Film and stage roles mount up for Kelley McGillis
Educators see an era of voluntary school integration ahead. Changes noted in Milwaukee and Norfolk, Va., programs
A modern-day gold miner with a passion for making things
High-tech lets 3rd world outdo West in key skills
New Yorkers ready to keep Cuomo -- even if he aspires to more
Annastein Lewis bears the cost of a job
Top legal scholar talks about key to understanding law