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Monitor Archive for September 18, 1986

GOP strives to build foundation for 1990s
Washington Mayor Barry admits errors, cites gains for poor
US expels 25 Soviets from UN mission
Agglomeration aloft
Science fiction duo for the serious space-fantasy reader
Unexpected turn in New York politics as Hirschfeld backs Cuomo
Malawi -- a Peace Corps memoir
Swedes bid sad goodbye to sunny summer. The `land of midnight sun' readies itself for noonday moon
Dukakis: voters want activists, doers. WHY GOP EFFORTS FALL SHORT
Children in an aging society
Another Kennedy wins big in Bay State. `Young Joe' looks conservative, but only in Massachusetts
Counting the storks
Tax expert examines what's left to be reformed
Choosing the golden wings of academic excellence
Grit in S. Africa's gold. The deadly fire at a gold mine has fueled debate over safety in S. Africa's most important industry. But for miners, mostl...
Brits take a shine to new polish
Syndication, cable, specials: what's new
Critics say O-rings in power plants risky
Errands by video may yet catch on in US, `a la French system
Stark consequences if the laager is drawn
Children--`of such is the kingdom of God'
Egypt optimistic it can boost Israeli doves
Going after patent pirates at Punta del Este
Congress tightens foreign-aid screws
`Kennedy': legacy and change
Coming lumber ruling has Canadians worried
Schools for the gifted: society needs its elite
Testing for drugs poses big problem for many epileptics. Could label them as illegal drug users and add to discrimination
Thornburgh: they steal our thunder. WHY DEMOCRATS WIN