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Monitor Archive for September 24, 1986
Is alcohol abuse being ignored in antidrug fervor?
Compassionate story of depression-era drifter
Soviets see summit hopes. Reagan's UN speech hints that superpowers can reach arms accord, commentator says
Superpowers move with caution toward agreement
Crack in China's `iron rice bowl'. No more guaranteed employment, Peking says, in bid to boost productivity in factories
Mozambique rebels' `image' war. Changes in guerrilla group's leadership, tactics seen as effort to improve international image
`To divest or not to divest' a gnawing issue for universities. Fiscal reality can cloud conscience over South African apartheid
Recipes from `Mexican Family Cooking'
. . . and broader economic ties
Hot tips: a Mexican cooking primer
East-West: toward peace . . .
Hank Greenberg went to bat for his country and the Tigers
In Philippines, sugar barons seek ways to combat insurgency. Negros's poverty proves fertile ground for guerrillas
Stalinist `famine' controversy. Film from '30s finally gets first US airing
Farmers' frustrations taint Zimbabwe's grain bounty. Peasants long for private ownership of the land they till
FROM MEXICO WITH LOVE. A first lady of family cooking brings her native dishes to America
Norman Rockwell: Illustrator and creator of America's visual myths
How certificates of deposit can outrace zero-coupon bonds
Pinochet's Chile -- a tragic new cycle
I was a farm boy once
Challenger families push space center for children
French security services scurry to boost fight against terrorism. Leadership changes, lack of coordination are main problems
Compassion: never fatigued
GOP makes new bid for minority support. Roy Barrera's Texas race hints at shifts in Hispanic vote
Is the European left moving left?
An 18th-century Everyman. Domenico Tiepolo's `Punchinello' drawings are a comic vision