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Monitor Archive for January 10, 1985
Willing to lay everything on the line
Kenya leads Africa in recovery, but long-term outlook is clouded
Mideast peace prospects hinge on enlarged US role, top Egyptian says
Black schools in S. Africa face new tests
Connecticut's military alliance with Uncle Sam
Detroit's lessons for American competitiveness
Annulling `laws' of chance
Geneva seen as solid gain, especially for U.S. Question remains: Can both superpowers overcome past antagonism to reach accord?
Deft handling of difficult story in new Mark Medoff play
Geneva seen as solid gain, especially for US. Buoyant officials on American team express satisfaction with US-Soviet agreement on talks
Geneva framework: ambitious, hopeful
An American Indian teaches respect. Young people learn importance of sharing, giving thanks, honoring elders
Edge of a new era
Connecticut, early into the defense industry, aims to stay in front line
Congressional deficit cutters look at touchy social security issue
Figuring out the dos and don'ts of career switching
Middle East: aid and superpower influence
`Tartuffe' spoof; Rachmaninoff at BSO; American Ballet Theatre
International labor chief says world employment `deteriorating'
Earl Yancy deals in coal, but his specialty is caring
Japanese Women in a Male Society. Bound by tradition, women struggle to take on responsibility at work while society still expects them to leave the...
`The sunflower is mine, in a way'
Brock, Wilhelm ushered into Cooperstown; pair of noteworthy dunks
What to do when you picture yourself in a brand-new career
Keverian has House gavel now -- and a handful of promises to keep
Slapstick -- and substance -- in an irreverent story. Also, `It Don't pay . . .,' a modest new 16 mm film offers strong performances and audience fun
Adding and dividing up tax figures
It is the same with other things . . .
Slumping gold price is no mystery; it's a function of deflation