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Monitor Archive for October 10, 1986
Black S. African, in US exile, works to help unions back home
Democrats use money bill to pressure Reagan on arms control. Election and summit meeting major factors in session-end standoff
Space shuttle tests include escape methods
King's inspiration leads man to minority award
Shoot-down hits US credibility. The loss of an aircraft to Nicaraguan gunfire raises new questions about `private' American mercenaries and their li...
The Soviet Union's influence in the third world is waning
Democrats wary about a `summit surprise' just before election
Charting liberty from `authority' to `law and order' to `justice'
Americans need history without myths and `heritage nostalgia'
The `disinformation' explosion
Iceland's weekend special
The right agenda at Reykjavik
Steelmaker and union in survival countdown
Country Fair. It's blue-ribbon season -- a time for horse-pulling, livestock judging, strolling the midway, and a ride on the roller coaster
Inside a colorization studio, where the palette is computerized
Are b&w film classics improved by `colorization'? Some viewers love it; entrepreneurs see a gold mine in it; critics call it desecration
Sickness is not inevitable
Issues other than arms that may be discussed at Reykjavik
As Shamir steps in, Israeli status quo seems safe. New leader's party shows no sign of radical policy change
Salvador airport said to be transfer point for arms to contras
Shultz approach wins out. Reagan's readiness to talk with Soviets signals administration moderates gain over hard-liners
Sandinistas study their options for US prisoner
Gorbachev's foes. ON THE ROAD TO ICELAND. Privileged interests from Brezhnev era resist his plan to invigorate Soviet economy
S. Africa tightens the screws. Pressure from right and recent bombings prompt tough action against leading anti-apartheid group and Mozambican labor...
Good pitching at center stage in both league playoff series. Scott-Gooden duel a delight in National League; Witt, Hurst divide honors in early AL g...
Balloon over Australia. `Being in an aerostat, we're at one with the wind,' said our guide; `where the winds go, we go' '
Dutch fairy-tale land. The Holland of old is recaptured in the quaint villages of Giethorn and Urk and a very special museum
Baja resort lures Yankee investors
Fremantle. This quaint colonial port is gearing up to host the America's Cup races
Perth. Australians may argue over football and politics, but you'll never hear an untoward word about this modern seaside city
Hiker's paradise. Walk unspoiled, uncrowded trails through New Zealand's breathtaking natural beauties
The people of Turin make it special
Miles trumpets with style
He put the noise in, too
Macaw at the zoo
Computers to the rescue?
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