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Monitor Archive for August 22, 1986
He took 20 buffaloes to Paris
Reform in South Africa runs aground. Pretoria is trying to force blacks to negotiate on its terms. Part of the strategy is to hold firm with the sta...
Struggling with hard times in Mexico. In one typical town, even doughnut prices have gone up
Carmakers await air-bag ruling. Decision expected to be one of Scalia's last on federal bench
Historical records are best preserved on archival paper. Experts say paper storage beats computer discs, chips, and tapes
Maintaining Harvard's `great good fortune'
Irkutsk. Day 14
Major clothing workers union will fight proposed rules that allow factory work at home
A camel in Managua
Gorbachev's deft touch in world affairs
Many business people fret that tax law will stifle investment
The politics of the new
HARVARD AT 350. The American ideal of education -- and of a good life -- has changed in the past 3 centuries since the founding of America's first u...
US tax reform may hike state revenues
Universal gender equality
Sailors' memories of war in the Pacific
In Oakland, a newspaper fights for its life
Gambling with the earth's climate
Welcome to the rolled-up-sleeves Navy: a day in port on Acadia's `fast cruise'
Lelouch revisits his big winner
Williamstown stages a cool `Streetcar'
Belgium tax cheating spurs reform debate
Chinese snub Hanoi, say no talks till Vietnam out of Cambodia
Honoring brave sentinels. Drawn by mystery and romance, lighthouse lovers restore buildings, records
Marcos meddling in Philippine affairs presents problems for US
The best advice
A case of the vanishing farmer
Small business sees hope on liability insurance
State auditor, an elective office, perhaps should be appointive