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Monitor Archive for October 22, 1985
Molto vivace career of Gunther Schuller
Peres offers peace proposals at UN
Cambodia: keystone of Hanoi's plans for Indochina. The onset of the dry season in Indochina, due soon, brings the most intensive military activity o...
China's country markets burst with goodies. Bounty followed government's relaxing of controls over farming This report came in the form of a letter,...
Redressing the balance
Charting the sea changes in US journalism
To win friends and influence prime ministers. US should show more care choosing UN ambassadors
Achille Lauro -- and diplomatic ties
Snelling heeds party's call to run for Senate. Reagan urges the move to shore up GOP ranks
Cardinals' shy McGee not bashful at plate
News In Brief
A park with everything from dinosaurs to Shakespeare
ART EXHIBIT. The estate house as art -- `Treasure House' show goes to America
Can `Jessecrats' hold on in Tarheel State?
Untouched by passing time
Scientists win big-time awards for research on molecular scale. Nobel winners penetrate basic structure of matter
Gorbachev to plot summit strategy with allies
Lotus Development's `1-2-3' software proves hard act to follow
Letters to the Editor. World Court -- a disturbing drift
Skidding can happen on any surface, so stay alert to road conditions
US spending spree may soon fizzle. Rising debt and falling savings rate expected to squeeze people's budgets
Immanuel Kant on moral judgment
Stay tuned for more Bob & Ray humor
Thousands of Greeks strike to protest austerity measures
Belgian endives and radicchio travel from trash can to table
Ask the Gardeners Q&A
Sanctuary movement under fire The growing four-year-old movement among church groups that offer illegal asylum to Central American refugees faces tw...
Brock: the quiet man
Moore's majestic enigma
Impressionist paintings to make US tour
Limousines stretch the car and the workday, but not the dollar