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Monitor Archive for August 22, 1986
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Sailors' memories of war in the Pacific
A case of the vanishing farmer
Maintaining Harvard's `great good fortune'
Gambling with the earth's climate
Universal gender equality
A camel in Managua
The politics of the new
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Many business people fret that tax law will stifle investment
Irkutsk. Day 14
Lelouch revisits his big winner
Williamstown stages a cool `Streetcar'
The best advice
Belgium tax cheating spurs reform debate
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Gorbachev's deft touch in world affairs
Chinese snub Hanoi, say no talks till Vietnam out of Cambodia
He took 20 buffaloes to Paris
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