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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1986
Change rings at Britain's AT&T. Private control, new technology, and competition shake old image
Helping Egypt solve its economic woes
Unique brother-sister team achieving success on pro golf tour. Ken Green hits the shots and earns the prize money, while Shelley carries her brother...
CBS offers viewers seven new series
Angolan oil region typifies pressures in East-West tug of war
Nuremberg's Gothic and Renaissance treasures
What you need to know about THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE (GATT). Mr. Merrifield's Christmas tree seedlings (and other GATT tales)
What you need to know about THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE (GATT). GATT -- what, why, how?
Polish amnesty could improve ties with church, West
It wasn't Black Tuesday, but Wall Street's canyons still quake
Bay State plans to welcome aliens seeking asylum. Legal groups that aid refugees to receive $250,000 from state
Fresh from summit with Egypt, Peres seeks Reagan's support. Israeli leader wants US to help get peace process back on track
The telling twig
US House likely to give some foreign workers permanent status
US determined to change international trade rules
What Aquino can learn from Duarte
Resolved: that the US economy is on the verge of . . .
Letting Cubans emigrate
Reagan's plan for `drug-free America'. Wants $894 million for law enforcement, testing, and treatment programs
Latin redux, and teachers are enthused
Mexican government aims to ease discontent in northern region. Promise of economic aid seen as bid to cool ire over election results
Lots of comedies and family shows
Syria's role in Lebanon in question
Search continues for link between terrorism and publicity
In push for drug-free schools, is administration going too far? It urges drug education, but also advises on tests and searches
Two glittering displays of arcane musical instruments
`Coke' -- highs, lows, and savaged lives. Addiction masks search for meaning and purpose, say users
How English came to be, and how `Englishes' are coming to be
I have yet to catch the moment when summer disappears
For one couple, questions continue to come, so the baby must wait
Taming the `program' whirlwind?
What you need to know about THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE (GATT). Trying to untangle a sticky dispute over pasta imports
Morning at sunrise. (A review)
Politicians respond to outcry against drugs. DRUGS AND POLITICS
The Great Baby Debate