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Monitor Archive for February 6, 1987
The secrets, the adventures of childhood camaraderie
Clean water: hard act to follow?
Bringing Irian Jaya into 20th century. Jakarta has vital interest in taming jungle province
Is Massachusetts governor too optimistic on state budget?
Taiwan's trading barriers targeted. McDonald's French fries become congressional hot potato
From young thankers
Painted by his lieutenant
Steps to take on S. Africa
Now in paper
Clang! Clang! Clang!
Money churning has gauges gyrating
What Qaddafi says about ...
Congress: chaos vs. consensus
Victory in the Philippines
Synclavier: instrument of many talents. Printing music: no more pen and ink
Divine permission to heal
Bowdoin opens language lab to TV from all over the world
USX cost-cutting a drop in the crucible. Analysts say plans to trim down steel plants appear to fall short
Stained-glass splendor. Glass craftsman creates, restores - working translucent wonders
TV loosely adapts `The Two Mrs. Grenvilles'
Travels. Britain by boat, and other journeys
Becoming a modern woman. The life of pioneer educator, teacher, author Lucy Sprague Mitchell
Synclavier: instrument of many talents. Music studios latch on to technological marvel
Drifting into evil. Behind the lines, in soldiers' minds
Hermann Broch. Triumphant voice of the invisible
Groundbreaking literary biography of author Thomas Wolfe
Volleyball, taste of Paradise - and a chat with Qaddafi
When cool heads counsel warm hearts