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Monitor Archive for October 30, 1985
Nicaragua: Why does the US care?
Impassioned but impartial English history
Chief Justice finds death penalty record imperils her seat. GOP wants to oust California's Rose Elizabeth Bird in 1986
Appetite for `muni' bonds is keen in light of proposed tax reforms
Mixed signs from Mideast on peace prospects. Jordan talks show Arafat weak, but still key player
Letters to the Editor. Figuring the federal budget
Kenyan digs into mankind's origins
Greenpeace affair takes back seat to French ongoing nuclear tests
The Ten Commandments
Turkish government tackles problem of Kurdish insurgency
Pursuing the trivial in defense budget. Some lawmakers say Congress goes too far to keep tabs on Pentagon
Politics, humor, and a dash of boogie
Frictions in the US-South Korea linkage
Disorder's cost in El Salvador
Save our billboards!
From Khartoum to Cape Town: AFRICAN JOURNEY. Bubbling hot springs and teeming wildlife of Kenya's Hell's Gate
BRITAIN New miners' union -- trouble for the TUC
News In Brief
Growing unease in relations with US
Calling for a truce on royal trashing
Low-profile UN agency catapults to forefront in aid
The comedy and the drama of families facing change Tomorrow's Monday Play by Paul Osborn. Directed by Kent Paul.
Yankees still playing musical chairs in dugout; Royals' trade bait
US, Soviet officials to discuss conflict in Central America and the Caribbean
Sakharov's wife said to have approval to come to the US. Soviet human rights activists see it as sign of some Kremlin flexibility
Absorbing theatrical diary of a courageous turn-of-the-century woman A Woman Without a Name Play by Romulus Linney. Directed by Donovan Marley.
NORTHERN IRELAND Loyalists on edge as peace package nears
Leader of Canadian UAW shows his mettle in Chrysler pact
Walker case paints rare portrait of American spy family in action
Retrospective: John Frederick Kensett 1816-1872
Philosopher Hayek probes the limits of human rationality
Cornstalks in Georgetown
COMMONWEALTH Nations agree to sanctions on S. Africa
By-elections: crucial test for Botha. Voting regarded as barometer of white views on reform, unrest