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Monitor Archive for August 19, 1986
Cooking and partying without alcohol
Behind the wheel of the Army's immense riding `lawn mower'
`Let's do it!' -- a professional theater is born
Laura Ingalls Wilder's Pa on success
Life in rural Poland. Small-farm owners such as the Jankowskis remain firmly committed to their relatively independent way of life, despite low gove...
Ins and outs of Gorbachev's nuclear test ban
Looking homeward to ease America's trade deficit
Coast to coast for a hungry world
`We will call her Rose'
Fare wars fade-out, increase in passengers please airlines
Auto parts put Toronto firm in fast lane
Science and the politics of fear
China stakes out new diplomatic ground -- with its athletes
Nonprofit theaters grapple with social and artistic demands
Gorbachev renews test ban, implies summit is on
Deng sizes up Soviet overtures. China's leader waiting for Soviets to back up words with deeds
Angels may hold on this time; Craig has turned Giants around
Why `star wars' bothers the Russians
On the train. Day 11
Miss Bhutto's case
A `do something' tax bill
A FHYMING DICTIONARY
Cocaine, urban `glamour' drug, moves to America's backroads. Its rise helped by cheaper price, and super-efficient distribution
Assessing the Reagan years. Scholars already start weighing how historic the changes will be
Trusting the earth
Civil rights commission: dying embers?
Enjoying the prestige of being pitied?
Angolan civil war: air power is key
British youth culture. Thirty years of `teds,' `mods,' `rockers,' and `punks' are examined in a London exhibit