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Monitor Archive for June 10, 1986
Shuttle panel lays NASA's faults bare
Big Three's low-interest auto financing is undercutting banks
What's in a job?
Soviet economy may tame its politics
Malaysia drops economic plan aimed at easing racial tensions. Program is edged out by prolonged recession
Highlights of the Rogers Commission report
Great Salt Lake's seven-year rise tests Utah's ingenuity
Preventing colds and contagion
Arab-Americans' plea for hostages
ADMISSION A QUARTER
Bush points to areas where he has made a difference
On Waldheim's `victory'
. . . wrong on arms control
Mazo de la Roche on dinner with the Whiteoaks
Buick goes for performance. T-Type cars geared to attract a younger buyer
Liberian leader attempts to defuse unrest at home and criticism from abroad
California politics and the brighter public mood
Americans spying for Israel
`Social Studies' pursues several artistic goals -- and succeeds. `Educational films' are kidded, but they also fit neatly into this celebration of h...
Finding a `theme' enhances travel
Reagan: right on Libya
`Greatest mass in the universe' may not be so great after all
Celtics clinch 16th NBA championship with impressive display
Reagan-Gorbachev duel: risks of delay
Conservation in the developing world. Rural folk share results of successful projects
Iran, France gain from Iranian exile's exit. Rajavi's move to Iraq damages his credibility
The paintings sent him...... back to Canada
Reverberations from Waldheim victory. Austrian chancellor quits, while international response is mixed
Israel in a quandary over how to deal with Waldheim's election
W. Europe and Asia elbow their way into `final frontier'