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Monitor Archive for March 12, 1986
Pressure renewed for immigration reform. Rodino, Simpson enlist President for new push
Balancing the US budget: Act 2. Congressional backers of constitutional amendment say time ripe
Violence surges with alien influx. Border violence is worsening as more illegal aliens pour into the US. This has increased pressure to reform laws...
GM using shutdowns and layoffs to offset impact of low sales
With US aid, Sandinistas can be pressured, `contra' leader says. In interview, Robelo laments Congress's `yo-yo' commitment
Marcos faces growing assault on his alleged US financial assets
Objective look at Israel's `siege mentality'
Ambassador Dobrynin says goodbye
Public money well spent
Gorbachev: a `reformer' not yet leading a `crusade'
Saigon, 1975 -- and the `Philippine syndrome'
Invisible weights on US competitiveness
Extra care with '85 taxes can help limit errors, boost refund
A fresh look at Irish foods
When the maple sap is running, spring isn't far behind
On the runways, a return to CONTOURS
Designers views on fashions trends. Eleanor Lambert, a fashion leader for more than half a century and creator of the renowned Coty Awards (consider...
Curves go to your head. This spring's fuller, feminine look starts at the top, with longer, more traditional hairstyles using new cutting and permin...
A Touch of Romance
The fabrics are grosgrain and brocade; the styles are flat to high-high; the colors are brights and pastels -- everything from pale pink and yellow...
Crisp linen. Breezy seersucker. Long-wearing cotton. Cool comfort is what designers are striving for in their '86 sportswear collections.
Kevin Kline shines in weak `Hamlet'
Robert Wilson: orchestrator of theatrical images. In his hands, the stage becomes a slowly shifting kaleidoscope
Comfort in times of tragedy
Leaving lack behind
France's hostage crisis. In heat of election campaign, kidnappings highlight ambiguities in foreign policy
Soviet leader Gorbachev expected to meet the Pope later this year
Spain comes unglued over vote. Consensus falls apart on NATO question
Gains for French rightists. National Front's campaign blames immigrants for unemployment and crime
John Wooden's view from retirement on basketball, discipline
`First, this word from our sponsor . . .'
Soft-sell humor, brought to you by Bob & Ray
A friend of Gerard Manley Hopkins is turned down in her application for an American Express gold card
The House on Dorchester Hill
In-box follies: the day's office mail
Portraiture as theater. Sir Joshua Reynolds The artist's subjects often became fancy-dress figures from history and mythology as Joshua Reynolds (17...
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