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Monitor Archive for January 8, 1987
Pretoria scores win over students
Fleet's in, but students think it should be out
Life in a battleground. For the Monitor's correspondent, a year in South Africa has revealed glimpses of hope and helplessness. One example: the ret...
Zimbabwe and Mozambique: unrealized potential. War stagnates promising Mozambican economy
Buying a car in Europe still has its pluses
Pickens makes new bid
Handbook of ways to cope with technological risks
Stricter regulation sought over labs using animals in research. Proposal in Cambridge, Mass., reflects goals of national drive
Soviets reconsider banned novel
BAD, really good, wins British award; here's why
`Playing for time' won't cure world debt crisis, authors warn
W. German politicians are household gnomes
When is a tax not a tax? Call it a `user fee'
In hot phase of German campaign, battle is for post-vote plums
Playthings from the past. Wenham Museum's doll collection chronicles `the golden age of toymaking'
Overpowering Giants lead NFL's quartet of playoff survivors
CADILLAC. Once synonymous with luxury, and all that is opulent and grandiose, this peculiarly American eight-cylinder dream has lost some of its gla...
Toronto a target of Sunday closing law
Gurney's hour has come on Broadway
Learning from neighbors
In the Ice Age
Looking back to some musical highlights of 1986
Reagan asks to end oil windfall-profits tax
With barriers down, stock rises ripple through world markets
An `inferior' education in a one-room schoolhouse
Will politics infect the Irancontra probe? Two special congressional panels and the new independent counsel have begun the second phase of the probe...
Journalist explores politics and power inside the Kremlin
Multitudes for healing
Japan's `Year of Rabbit'. Trade surplus, unemployment, Nakasone's exit signal '87 will be highly unpredictable