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Monitor Archive for September 2, 1986
`Presenting' bug to fish: the fine art of fly-fishing
`New Beaver' treads old ground
Home is best
Moore, a modest Yorkshireman who `put sculpture on the map'
Sri Lanka peace process at delicate point. Talks raise hopes for solution, but final accord must include militants
US should keep Qaddafi worried and off balance, says NATO general. Evidence suggests Qaddafi may be making terrorist plans
The short seller's shuffle earns a buck backwards
Surging market brings short sellers out to ply their dark trade
Although `tax reform' is practically here, its impact is worrisome
They also serve who are polite. Service with a smile may be staging a comeback
Plantation gathering shows slaves built enduring families
Black funeral rally plans pose dilemma for S. Africa. Pretoria fears either a `yes' or `no' to service will escalate tensions
US, Europe out of step on Libya. US envoy Vernon Walters is on his second mission to urge West Europe to adopt a tougher stand on Libya. But Europea...
Helen Keller as a sophomore
Turkey squeezed by neighbors in fight against Kurdish rebels
Peres: peace process will top summit agenda
Moscow. Day 20
Minding the store. A century later, the Gillinghams are still plying their trade
Roman Catholics and loyal opposition. Dissenters say they can differ on family issues but still be good Catholics
Youth jazz orchestra from England wins fans in US
From Russia to Radcliffe
S. Africa changes
California airline crash renews concern over safety, congestion
Tale for mystery and history buffs
Despite revealing Chernobyl hearings, nagging questions remain
A journey to Africa
Two vastly different Soviet lifestyles are contrasted in `Comrades' series
Artificial reefs make big splash. They create offshore ecosystems for fish, coral, and divers
Top players march ahead at US Open; women's tennis awards
America's diversity, at eye level. Driving across the US, a correspondent notes 20 years of change
Help for `performing art' of teaching
Merit system fosters `learning atmosphere'
Ike's advice: focus `on principles'
Trimming fat from the academic pork barrel
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
Deciding what matters: Americans rethink their ethical values
Libya's neighbors less concerned than US about Qaddafi
Some questions about Nicaragua