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Monitor Archive for September 22, 1986
In Florida, demographics work for GOP. THE BATTLEGROUND. Migrants from north still come, most tend to vote Republican
Inching toward progress for Summit II
At the 16th-century garden that all Europe copied
Nothing ever happens
To touch the clouds
Free market system said to be more efficient than state planning. Report shows more nations looking West
S. Korea's toughest hurdle
Protecting Canada's vast wilderness. Canadians, taking wildlands less for granted, want more national parks
Venice plays host to two major art exhibitions. A fond look back at doomsaying Futurists
Israel likely to increase military aid to south Lebanon militia. Claims need to counter radical forces on border
Tokyo takes flak for its new economic package. Critics call measures too weak to reverse slowing growth rate
American melting pot: Are ethnic identities fading or factual?
`A civics lesson for us all'. Educators hope that the history won't be lost amid the hoopla
Obviously a redtail
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
What can I give others?
Stemming the Asylantenflut
Tracing charter's influence on US politics and culture
In wake of 38th Emmys, network TV faces some big changes
A verbal tone poem, sad/sassy songs, and punk-rock foolery
Venie plays host to two major art exhibitions. An exploration of art-science connections
`Children cannot speak for themselves'
A Victorian family's vision. William Seward Webb builds his dream house
Aquino's US adventure. Cheers, some jeers for Philippine leader
Cameroon slow to pick up the pieces. Officials blame logistics, relief workers blame officials
USX-steelworkers standoff drags on. Wage, benefit cuts alone won't keep US steel companies alive
The danger for Egypt in a tight US embrace
Job climate snapping up first-timers
Executive privilege redux: it's a tricky business
Can the SDP drag Owen to the altar?
Trade talks go out with a bang. They succeed in putting new global trade issues on the negotiating table
Building a child-friendly society
Sri Lankans doubt military can end war. Growing numbers want negotiations to resolve ethnic conflict
`Corridor consensus' in Punta del Este
Country Journal. Our Country Journalist strays far from the madding crowd on the high road to Scotland's many castles.
New England, once in job rut, now a hive
Might of the dollar, plight of the plants, and some light for '87
East and West taste success in Stockholm
Waging a battle for the lead in technology -- on the head of a pin
`New right' in Australia challenges Hawke and unions
New York trial: flawed system blamed
Boston friends recall the `presidential training' of Cory Aquino. They saw her courage and political acumen