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Monitor Archive for September 10, 1986
Seattle's Bumbershoot calls for flexibility and stamina
Gulf war: `final phase'?
Canada awash in grain harvest. But world glut and competitors' subsidies threaten export efforts
`My American Cousin' on screen
Confections from Shaw's contemporaries
First full-scale biography of Nancy Mitford -- and her sisters
Japan airport spawns friction with US. At issue: US wants American firms to have role in project
Joanna Preuss used to cook blindfolded
What makes it art?
Zia tries to balance pressures in handling hijackers, Bhutto
Theories on reporter's arrest. The Daniloff dispute. Answers will shed light on nature of Gorbachev style of leadership. In Moscow, some say the KGB...
Long battle over Daniloff? The Daniloff dispute. Soviets could use legal system to prolong, or shorten, standoff. With Daniloff case caught up in So...
Soviets scale back expansionist tendencies, consolidate gains
Brooks Brothers et al. is big takeover target of a dapper Canadian
`Baby Bells' may have received larger rate increases than they were allowed. Meanwhile, Congress may transfer authority from judge to FCC
Stockholm. Day 26
Peking & Moscow: warming up?
Major research efforts probe malpractice, insurance issues
A movable feast: Tailgate picnics take autumn eating outdoors
Trying to save Lake Okeechobee, south Florida's water supply. Lake's biology not well understood; a serious problem is phosphorus
On writing: 3-by-5 file cards and happy endings
KEEPING VENICE ALIVE. Floods still threaten this island city. But Venice faces an even bigger problem -- a dramatic population decline. As a city-mu...
THE HOTTEST COATS
Fashion-watcher Edie Locke
How the World Bank can serve political ends, too
Straight, narrow, and simple
Beirut kidnap defies security plan. American abducted despite Syrian presence around city
Autumn comes softly
World hunger: Is direct food aid a solution?
In Mao's home town, trinkets and family lore for the tourists. And if Tan likes you, she may give you photo of Mao at her home
Pretoria hopes rise in gold price will help quell unrest
Docudrama at CBS has officials on the edge of their board room chairs
Former Mindy plays a geisha for two hours
Fletcher's bat has come alive for Rangers. A's rookie Jos'e Canseco shows power; Rose set to retire as a player
Cluchey-Beckett teamwork shown on stage
ELEMENTS OF STYLE
US bonds: get in on ground (7.5%) floor
Mafia goes on trial. Case to squelch mob most ambitious yet
Canadian mall gives new meaning to the simple shopping trip
Liability insurance hassles ease but reforms still seen as needed
Madonna's latest: intelligent musicianship, breezy tone
Japan endorsement of `star wars' seen as boost to US ties. But corporate Japan is divided over benefits it will reap
Keep pressure on Chile
Abortion funding on three state ballots. Constitutional proposals have pro-choice forces concerned
The greatest sentence written