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Monitor Archive for January 15, 1985
Canada tries to switch commuter rail service onto a faster track
Where was America during the Holocaust? Book traces a pattern of prejudice
This year's Super Bowl features two of pro football's top coaches
On bossing Dan Rather
The secret's out: for a tastier turnip, try the Gilfeather
Reassessing Ferraro's candidacy
Mother and son
Myrna Loy's lost film -- part of a trend to restore discarded movies
Teen draft dodgers flee from fighting Nicaragua war
Animal rights through the eyes of two dogs: cartoon for grownups
Budget freeze, arms thaw: the outlook is starting to improve
How the IRA ships arms into Ulster
Love? (Or is it love?)
Sarah Orne Jewett on visiting home
New Mexico's superb spot for watching waterfowl; There are few places you can get closer to them than at Bosque del Apache
Potent performances mark revival of bleak, sometimes uproarious tragicomedy
Having one Mind heals prejudice
Honoring King with results
Ask the Gardeners. Q & A.
Tracking down the garden plants of England
Africa's immediate need and its longer-term prospects. Sudan begins to buckle under weight of 170,000 Ethiopian refugees
Buyers take midyear US car price hikes in stride
WHO'S WHO IN NORTHERN IRELAND
`Brazilian Eisenhower' would end joblessness, steer nation to strong role in West
Africa's immediate need and its longer-term prospects. Focus on famine distorts picture of continent that could turn itself around within two to sev...
High rate irate
`The loose-leaf library'