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Monitor Archive for January 3, 1985
The superpower weapons race heads into Earth orbit
`Dune': daunting journey through time and space. Also, `The River' traces struggles of a farm family
What Seurat saw
Meet the US specialist who's trying to nail down the nail-import statistics
New push on for public funding of nonpublic schools in Bay State
Stadium classroom helps pro football players earn degrees
A `star wars' primer
Critic's movie book is scattered but entertaining
Chinatown's struggle against modernization
Oklahoma squanders bowl opportunity; BYU set for coronation
Reagan loses a repairman as Interior's Clark resigns
Remarkable conclusions about reality
Chrysler hiring: a bailout that worked
School `makes do' -- very well
After 17 years, Indonesia wants a piece of the China trade
NASA joins the comet chase with a `bargain basement' spacecraft
Quest for stability in nuclear age. Improved technology makes deterrence more difficult
Why do three `rural' states lead US in SAT scores?
Poor nations sink deeper into red ink. Rich nations must resume North-South talks, says UNCTAD chief
Wonderful gifts for less than a dollar
Local control of schools faces modern challenges. New England seeking equilibrium between state and community roles
World's heaviest diamond dazzles Washington crowds
State takes on church in Malta's political `soccer match'
Second Reagan inaugural: populist theme, `businesslike' budget, and two `takes'
Funhouse politics in the Philippines
A hard look at American avant-garde sculptors
US and West Germany: persuading a friend to change
Growing nuclear arsenals in Europe have both sides on edge
Would you buy a used plar from an astronomer?
The Danube gets a reprieve. Ecologists slow dam project that would impinge on primeval forest
`Next Wave' offers a diverting British band and a dance troupe
The Mazda RX-7: no more wrinkles in the Wankel engine
Europe also tries to cut the tax take