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Monitor Archive for February 5, 1986
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Democrats anticipate the `post-Reagan era'
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Cory's courageous campaign
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Letters to the Editor. Patience and violence
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Bargain air fares: don't get thrown for a loop
The black cap marks a master at the art of roasting meat
Valentine treats named for bygone `greats'
British salute to the art of Barcelona
Steppenwolf revives dark Pinter comedy `The Caretaker'
Julie Ince Thompson portrays pioneer woman with grit and grace
Finding the ideal climate-today
Marcos readies his troops for trouble. Philippine officials predict narrow win, expect protests
S. African official dampens Botha's pledge for apartheid reform
Huge crowds rally to Aquino, but supporters unsure of victory
Haiti's capital is calm but tension simmers. In provinces, demonstrations andshooting against protestors escalates
Skaters Watson, Oppegard quickly form a winning combination
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Echoes of a Chinese flute. For Pao-Chin, a Boatman on the Yellow Sea
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