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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1986
RUINING A `RUMBLE' As recent terrorist incidents remind us, there are those who use violence to achieve their goals. Fortunately, there are also amo...
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Twain's boys meet again as grown-ups
Arms control expert says time is running out for an agreement
Ambassador Gavin: ending big brotherism?
Mandela: focus of S. African political debate. Web of obstacles deters compromise that could lead to activist's release
Novel of `the last word' in baseball
Roofs, jobs, peace -- top priorities for Costa Rica's new leader
Deadlock in Namibia -- and a shift in US policy
The Kurt Waldheim affair
Drug testing: balancing private rights with public safety
Hurdles across the path to arms control. `Star wars,' Libya, and Chernobyl complicate fifth round of talks
Cartoonist Feiffer's stark family drama
The grass may be greener, but the lawn could be in trouble
North Carolina GOP must pull together after Senate primary
It's tough to track the weather with only 1 `eye' over equator. Despite recent launch problems, NOAA hopes to put up new satellite before current un...
A writer's rescue
German teen-ager Steffi Graf stepping up in women's tennis
Jefferson lecturer speaks candidly about global politics
New Jersey welcomes conductor with fresh ideas. Hugh Wolff sows high hope for state symphony
Prayer and nuclear challenges
Holding Chun to his promise
Rebounding yen makes Japan No. 2 as world financial power
Americans living in Europe say `Yanks' find warm welcome
Brazil trumpets a turnaround
Chernobyl hurts Gorbachev's image abroad. But domestic political impact on Soviet leader seems minimal
Writing it all