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Monitor Archive for June 5, 1986
Alaska eagles `exported' to other states. New York is main customer, but is it too polluted for the birds?
Sanctuary and the long arm of the law. Can immigration policy be rescued from partisan politics?
Europeans have problems with soccer in Mexico
Once-pliant Brazil challenges US on trade, other issues
From a cradle game to a roomful of books
Pollard confession documents hint at official Israeli involvement in spy case
Aquino faces task of moving `revolution' beyond Manila
In its 350th year, Harvard marches on. President Bok prefers to `chip away' at challenges
25-year commitment to young musicians' dreams
The 131st bomber won't be the most popular aircraft
Canadian researcher turns the speed of sound on its ear
A tale of two money men and the US-German currency shifts
A blimp's-eye view of Britain's capital city
Bold dreams of `industrial parks' in space. Future of business enterprise in space is inseparable from NASA
Finding, and keeping, a new audience
The crusade to get children to read. They'll learn to do it if they learn to like it
Soviet children speak of sadness of Chernobyl
Hurricane expert cites booming coastal communities as vulnerable this season
WORTH NOTING ON TV
The difference between real and realistic
Siberry aims for `something beautiful'
Reconciliation in Korea
Elie Wiesel returns to Germany with questions, not answers
New modes of performing, using new technologies, are trying to reconcile theater with today's culture
Sen. Abnor, Rep. Rodino turn back challenges
Peace derives from God, not circumstance
To our young readers:
Celtic triumph seems inevitable; Lieberman shoots for Fame
The life of a legendary broadcast journalist