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Monitor Archive for September 30, 1986
Summit moves nearer. LESSONS FROM DANILOFF-ZAKHAROV AFFAIR. Desire for a summit appears to be the force behind Daniloff release. But both sides are...
The Daniloff saga
New tax law will take US, world into unexplored territory
Environmental impact of third-world development. Protesters say World Bank finances schemes that harm rain forests
Urban schools can improve with more funds, less bureaucracy
Banking on Tenn-Tom Waterway to spur region's economy. Although project opened early, barge traffic remains a trickle
Prose `postcards' from an airplaneloving traveler
For $10,000, you can put a type shop on your desk top
Lady Liberty and her `huddled masses'
Different economic drummers
Pat Robertson's politics of the religious pulpit
The man not running
Celebrating fall -- when teachers `have to teach'
Chinatown rags to real estate. An immigrant shifts from tailoring to tycooning
A case for optimism on world economy
Act now for a bloomin' beautiful garden
A HOME THAT INSPIRED A POET. The house where John Greenleaf Whittier grew up mirrors the poet and his poems
Carol Channing: star, trouper, press agent's dream. Hotels are home while touring with `Legends!'
Tips for the beginning browser for collectibles and antiques. A dealers code of ethics provides some guidance for the traveler
BOOKING `PAPA'S' QUARRY
Release caps week of wild rumors. Lessons from Daniloff-Zakharov affair.
Streets will be dark in Romania this winter -- again. Limits on energy usage point up troubles with economy
Canadian Premier Mulroney seeks to regain favor with voters
Aura of prosperity masks Sri Lanka's economic decline. Once-model economy hard hit by costs of ethnic war, low commodity prices, drop in aid
Aid to Togo shows French ties with Africa. Delivery of French troops, equipment seen as largely symbolic
Guatemalans' hopes for change dim. Economic woes, political violence prompt criticism of Cerezo
Tax reform: hot topic in New Zealand too. Shift to indirect taxing is part of sweeping economic overhaul
Why baseball's show must go on; Palmer charges to victory. Four ball clubs clinch titles, but statistical honors still up for grabs
The quality of the smile
Thomas Wolfe looks homeward
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