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Monitor Archive for September 25, 1986
The Bowans. Overcoming Indian stereotypes and personal tragedy, a family prevails
Reagan is taking a step back in arms control, critics say
As global bourse barriers come down, rules on abuse go up
Milwaukee Rep conveys tensions of censorship during Moli`ere era
The case for strings on US aid to Turkey
US will inform if radiation leaks
Some critics call for more `give' in paying off Latin loans
Genentic Engineering. Scientists are growing more adept at shifting genes from one plant or animal to another. As their skill sharpens, so will its...
Isolated Albania seeks stronger economic ties with outside. Economic downturn pushes Albania to court E. Germany, Yugoslavia
Left and right agree: workfare, child support are welfare musts
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Part two of Laura Z's autobiography
Andy Griffith stars in drama about alcoholism
Children who `tell' on parents
Muti puts his own imprint on the Philadelphia
Daniloff through Soviet eyes: checkmate
New US campaign to thwart spies. Assessments cite defects in counterespionage methods
Danger signs warn of ecological threats to San Francisco Bay
Mr. Adelman should read before he writes
Oklahoma-Miami could be game of year; LSU's shocking loss
Solidarity faced with choice: continued resistance or dialogue? Government's new stance creates dilemma
ASK THE GARDENERS. Questions & Answers.
How genuine are refugee claims of persecution?
A spiffy arts center makes brave debut in northern Maine. Orono welcomes role of cultural host
Congress's turf war over arms control
And so she goes: Linda Ellerbee is a onewoman media blitz. It all began when a comic letter of hers slipped onto the AP news wire
South Lebanon buffer zone
It's harder for Soviets to get booze -- just ask the guys in line. But they wonder how far leaders' anti-alcohol campaign can go