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Monitor Archive for June 25, 1986
US companies come out fighting against foreign competition
Libya quiet after US raid -- but how long?
Reagan is finding Congress balkier. O'Neill rebuff on `contra' aid one sign of waning influence; President fights back on TV
With US oil companies out of Libya, will allies join embargo? Western Europe, Japan can no longer resist on grounds that US companies still operate...
Tax reform will help most elderly. But change in medical deduction would affect older Americans
News In Brief
Reconsidering lessons of Vietnam
Portrait of a girl from the backwoods of North Carolina
Stalking the wild eccentric
Punishment Chinese-style: beware the red check mark
Dealing with Moscow
Drugs: a military matter?
Irish decide on divorce
Detroit has new fling with motor racing
Refinancing a mortgage is tempting, but there's a group ahead of you
Feast for the Fourth
A picnic menu for 6 to 8 people
Tangy rhubarb recipes
Variations on the theme of movement
Two jazz greats celebrate. Lionel Hampton: 60 years of putting jazz `out in front'
July Sky chart, Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
The inevitable war
Church flourishes in Guatemala. But it struggles to bridge cultural differences, train new priests
Credibility of India's Gandhi, moderate Sikhs is in jeopardy
Costa Rica divided over presence of `contras' and US aid to them
S. African violence shifts. Urban blasts may signal new tack by black militants
West Germany urged to join Europe-wide space program
Yugoslavia lurches toward reform of troubled economy. Party congress is urged to adopt tighter fiscal control
Strength of character a common thread among sports greats
Pianist Frager is artist, teacher, thinker
Benchmarks of US policy toward Indians
Seeking self-sufficiency. Finding paths to participation in the complex US economy of the late 20th century while retaining their traditional link w...
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