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Monitor Archive for October 21, 1986
Like a soap opera, Iceland summit hints at episodes to come
`Workfare' problem: people with jobs still live in poverty
Surplus corn might be used to make plastics that are biodegradable
Debate over doing industrial work at home heats up again. Labor girds for battle as Secretary Brock sets out to repeal US ban
Dilemma for US on Soviet expulsions. US wants to show resolve, yet sustain progress evidenced by dissident releases
Mets and Sox fans cheer their guys in `shuttle' World Series
Proposed cities do more with less
`Microscopic' thread links Nobel Prizes. Small-scale observations yield insights that range to the cosmic
Escaping to `Tuxedo Park'
Where eagles stare . . . and photographers shoot
`He didn't blink'
New opportunities at the Fed
SSWDs: Made in the USA
Congress, free at last
IBM's remarkable tap dance is on hold. Profit comeback forecast in '87, but former dominance in doubt
US gets tough on import of softwood from Canada
If you drive a car, you should know how to change a tire
A one-to-one man. Mayor of Flint, Mich. Facing crime and racial unrest, the city's tough but tender mayor uses a personal touch and an on-the-scenes...
South African plays bid for US audience -- and understanding
Britain welcomes the Bolshoi Ballet while US waits its turn
Miami enjoying its own City Ballet
Munich teems with history, beauty, and fun
Fuse is lit in London's `City'
Europe heats up its war on drugs
Black education: microcosm of S. African politics. Blacks reject government aim of seperate but equal schooling
Civil war, locusts compound Sudan's food crisis
East German leader can expect a warm welcome in Peking. Visit could show where Sino-Soviet ties headed
UN questions if use of force would bolster hand of its keepers of peace
Shamir sworn in as new Israeli premier. Hardline leader brings changed tone, emphasis to Mideast issues
Concern over possible Sino-Soviet thaw prompts US-Mongolia talks
Stunned Mets must win twice in Boston to avert historic upset
Edith Wharton on high society
Life imitating art?
A hard act to follow
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