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Monitor Archive for June 3, 1986
Consumerism fights to survive budget cuts, waning interest
AT&T appears to hold upper hand in labor dispute
Lessons of third-world growth, bankruptcy
Scientists weigh prospects and results of swapping signals with other beings
FBI methods are questioned in Pelton trial. Defense lawyer argues accused spy was led to give up right to silence
Annual meeting for Christian Scientists
Politics puts people in orbit
The world's hidden money
Opening the door to progress in genetic engineering
Support group for ex-fundamentalists. National TV exposure of FA brings volumes of letters, controversy
Israeli democracy stops at the `green line'
What's behind Pretoria's brazenness?
Overreaction on leaks
Reneging on SALT II
Recession and population surge strains Kenya's capitalist base
Swedes test US waters to pop Perrier
Harlem worries about losing its homes and heritage
Getting to know the Boston that predated New England
Through TV and books the Trojan War becomes a hot topic
INTERESTS IN COMMON
Tempted by drugs?
Reluctant Bonner goes back to Soviet Union, calling it `prison'
Japan's double elections to test staying power of Nakasone's economic policy
Duarte's call for peace talks sparks some skepticism
UN holds environmental `jam session'. Commission hopes to have forceful impact on nations' policies
Soviet arms control initiative may clarify stance on `star wars'. Leading Soviet scientist casts light on Kremlin thinking
UN plan for Africa. Africans see possible gains, but lament lack of aid commitment from West
Colombia slow to learn lessons from '85 disaster
Assad-watching: tricky pastime. Even experienced Israeli analysts find Syrian leader unpredictable
For Rahal, dramatic Indy win helped repay friend's confidence
Boswell on Johnson on conversation
`Do you like London, Miss Bront"e?' `Yes and no'
Shooting from the lip
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