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Monitor Archive for September 8, 1986
Wall Street strategists have eyes trained on Middle East. Iran-Iraq battle lines pose key test for oil prices
Bolivians awaken to tragedy of child drug addiction. Juan Carlos, age 11, boasts about how he steals to buy `petillo'
Snagging `hummers' on I-89. `But officer . . . ' the guilty motorist mumbles lamely to Sgt. J. D. Dyer, `I was running out of gas, and had to reach...
Chapter Two: trading in life in the fast lane
Florida contest typifies fight for US Senate control. Reagan has big stake in such races as Graham vs. Hawkins
Chilean opposition loses momentum in bid to oust Pinochet. Opposition disarray highlighted as strike fails to materialize
Tutu installed as first black leader of S. Africa Anglican church
Prince Charles harks back to ethical fundamentals
Growing from childhood to maturity in New Jersey
Japan's Seikan Tunnel: an idea whose time has come, and gone. In age of jets, world's longest train tunnel nears completion
`A Fine Mess': Laurel-Hardy slapstick, but without humor
Saudi oil chief figures out the benefits to OPEC had it not ballooned prices
Drop in US jobless rate is seen as harbinger of economic upturn
Farm policy is main block in West's trade talks
Desire for literacy is needed as much as reading programs
Moscow releases details of ship disaster
Iraqi envoy says Iran is `overconfident'
Harvard speakers suggest how the US can erase poverty
Help defend the `front-line states'
Zimbabwe: land of contradictions. Government talks up socialism, but depends on capitalism
Illegal trade threatens endangered species; Senate stalls protective legislation
Edinburgh Festival: daunting in its rich variety. Generous sampling undertaken by critic
Peking book show has something for everyone
US spinoffs to private sector on track? Selling Conrail, long blocked in Congress, could be a start
`Great ideas' for executives. Aspen Institute seminars let them reflect on life's larger issues
Uncertainties in Manila as President Aquino visits the US
Going private could give US employees a stake
7th annual Rossini Opera Festival hits a high note
Congress has little time, faces big decisions
US still has tennis numbers, but foreign stars steal spotlight
A browser's guide to things to do and see in Berlin this month
Sports star spells it out for youngsters: learn to read, study
A glut of cultural attractions at Berlin's 36th `Festival Weeks'
Harvard homily, 1986: placing US trade woes squarely on home front
Untangling latest Mideast violence. Attacks in Turkey and Pakistan said to be deliberately misleading
Tory leaders bury the hatchet. Thatcher and party chief move to patch up their differences
Trading fear for trust
Westward. Day 24
In nickname only
Values and Harvard
Quarrels mar nonaligned summit
Wall Street strategists have eyes trained on Middle East. Apart from the oils, stocks could be in for a sag