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Monitor Archive for December 18, 1984

News In Brief
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Gelatin: a houseplant's best friend
Earl Bruce's coaching lifts Buckeyes; Tony Franklin had big year
US eases sanctions against Poland; willing to let it rejoin IMF
Readers, not books, may be the endangered species of the high-technology age
News In Brief
Winter meeting - a Christmas sonnet
UN conference looks for a way to build a better mud hut
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Malaga - a gracious and mysterious city
'Illegals' in US learn about rights - and fight for them
The crossing: Dec. 26, 1776 *
India tries to reassure survivors of Bhopal leak
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London spotlight on Gorbachev lets West assess Soviets' No. 2
Christmas cards
John Woolman on conscience at Christmas
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There are limits in applying military force to diplomacyDavid D. Newsom is associate dean and director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy a...
Cutting the President's economists: penny wise, billion foolish
News In Brief
Mitterrand shifts Africa policy, plans to restore Soviet ties
Reflections on presidential campaigns
Love heals
UNESCO chief defends himself and his agency against charges
Christmas in Lionelville
After Christmas dinner
Ask the Gardeners; Q & A
US and Poland
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Threatened towns urge US to think twice on rail abandonments
Swedes take sides on Palme's remarks on nation's neutrality
Cosmetic changes in Philippine military
News In Brief
Price of interfering
Is nuclear safety a matter of differing perceptions?; The Atom and the Fault, by Richard L. Meehan. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. 161 pp. $13.95.
Toxic problems stir public pressure for right-to-know laws
American theater: time for a revival
The new Right Stuff