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Monitor Archive for April 4, 1986
A family's voyage to freedom
Pentagon official pushes for more MXs
Can Bay State GOP convention provide spark to ignite party?
US officials review plans to make it easier for people fleeing East bloc to gain asylum
A type of `blindness'. Why the US press failed to uncover the Nazi Holocaust
Getting an ear for books. Audiocassettes pose a new way to `read'
Choices for children.
A Scottish tomboy goes to war
Book briefs. The latest in current affairs.
Portraits of cultural celebrities. The casualness of her photographs was an illusion
Post-Vietnam awakening. Black veterans come home
Spy fiction. How to seed a bloodless revolution in the USSR
Insights into a religious thinker. He didn't settle for `cheap grace'
Now in paper
China's living stones tell their story
Europe's `unwanted'. Modern-day refugees: dealing with the tide
Exploring the world of the loon
Wanted: black schoolteachers. Importance of classroom `role models' debated
From racism to reconciliation
Vibrant as at the beginning
Not-by-the-book cooking. Chef's motto: `What this world does not need is another meatloaf!
Co-op is window on the world for crafters from Carolina hills
`Ginger & Fred' -- closer to dusk than dawn
New `Hot Mikado' passes up operetta's charm
Sex, violence: what impact? TV special offers many opinions, few solutions
`The Father hath not left me alone'
Experts: better air security possible. Closer check of bags, passengers suggested
S. African moderates seek to set example for power-sharing
Greek officials ponder consequences of jet bombing
Israeli Arabs shift focus to equal rights. Nationalism, land expropriation now have lower priority
Japan debates Soviet military buildup. Discussion centers on how serious Soviet threat is
US, Japan flex muscle under Soviet's nose in northern Japan
Prospects for Reagan-Gorbachev summit brighten. News items undercut views of arms control naysayers
India's Punjab quieter, but tensions deepen. Sikh-Hindu feelings of insecurity, distrust of police rise
Taiwan set for collective rule
East-bloc regimes look for ways to keep young people in line. Officials fear there's more interest in rock music than ideology
`Ought to be somebody going out'
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