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Monitor Archive for May 11, 1984

News In Brief
Corporate trash bin can be gold mine to an industrial spy
Ink controversy stains hopes for a clean election in the Philippines
Rocky Mountain ski areas are offering more summer sports
History of English society - accurate, detailed but lacking drama; A Social History of England, by Asa Briggs. New York: Viking. 320 pp. Illustrated...
Improving our prospects
The landmark desegregation ruling and its 30-year legacy.
For home buyers: guidance through the maze of advertising gimmicks
Chileans protest government - but many fear to take to streets
News In Brief
To make much of thyme
Jesse Jackson: emphasizing US policies on Africa
Wit, dash, grace, daring, or deco
Australian state debates giving Aborigines mineral-rich land
News In Brief
Kentucky's Berea College: a magnet for lovers of crafts
Mortgage rates vs. home building
Scones, spices, garlic soup - piquant reminders of trips, people
Namibia talks may be first step in ending S. African isolation
Are Soviets using boycott to drown out Sakharov?
Rhode Island's moped secession
'Troilus and Cressida': Shakespeare for our times?
For a good, quick Parisian meal, try a 'canteen du quartier'
US shoemakers' unions join industry in appeal for import quotas
The ins and outs of locating and renting a motor home
A cloned garden
A living palette
News In Brief
Feldstein spoke out of school and now it's back to school
Go team, go
Wanted: the real Germany
News In Brief
News In Brief
The landmark desegregation ruling and its 30-year legacy
United States risks losing top stars via one-shot Olympic trials
Frugal-flush toilets put the plug on domestic water waste
News In Brief
News In Brief
Three women of different ages share their lives in 'Family Secrets'
Can the pursuit of good manners become a rude thing?
Sweet smell of success: creative recycling firm draws in volunteers - and a profit
Central America
News In Brief
Personal robots: set to be man's best friend, or just a high-tech toy?
Springtime refresher on lawn-mower safety and maintenance
News In Brief
10 questions to ask before renting a motor home
NATO after 35 years - can the US-European alliance be saved?
Simply Shaker
Hart ahead in Oregon, close in Idaho
News In Brief
Antidrug TV show sparks new community activism
Unfinished business of Salvador gets Reagan's vigorous attention
Unchecked immigration turns political
Keeping them down on the farm
Assisi, Todi, and Spoleta - ancient towns of Umbria
Big Steel's bid for import quotas - as seen from Sparrows Point
President reaches over Congress
News In Brief
24 years after mixed reviews, 'Fantasticks' is still on its feet
Throughout the US, it will be a good summer for opera