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Monitor Archive for March 27, 1987

Get a charge from your battery
The right to moo
INTERVIEW WITH IRINA RATUSHINSKAYA. Poetry sustained Russian exile in labor camp
A novelist's observations of life in troubled Nicaragua
Faster than a pizza oven; can heat your home and cook your food at the same time. Super oven? Well, almost ...
Activists launch grass-roots drive to save tropical forests
Time to tap the sap
Looking for a low-priced car? The options are growing
A deeper trust in God brings healing
New Education appointee. Undersecretary choice challenges civil rights establishment
CERAMICS. The energy-efficient substance that promises to change the dynamics of the automobile engine
A street-corner scribe of life in black America
DESIGN IN MOTION. `Design follows technology,' says one auto executive, and technology is on a roll'
THE US AND BRAZIL: anatomy of a trade dispute
Rural whites feel betrayed by Botha
When your car needs a face lift
A European pillar in need of shoring up
Egyptian urges US to intensify push for Mideast conference
Tax shelter scam repeat unlikely, but dangers remain. Prominent investors not charged; still owe taxes, penalties
Canada debates aboriginal rights. Natives seek firm constitutional commitment
THE NEW CARS - IMPORTS. Imports roll off assembly lines from Brazil to Taiwan, Canada to Romania.
US factories find they're lagging in computer integration
Contra groups meet in Costa Rica in attempt to reform, unite. But talks this week stall on issue of sharing power
`Fences' probes life of blacks in '50s . James Earl Jones stars on Broadway in powerful drama by August Wilson
TLC for your tires
THE NEW CARS - DOMESTICS. US carmakers map a competitive strategy for '87, '88, and beyond.
Retreat from Chad seen as humiliating defeat for Libya leader. Chad's Habr'e now has opportunity to end two decades of civil war
Finding the right what's-it
Skating again
Raise the minimum wage
Attitude is key to home decorating, says this Baltimore designer