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Monitor Archive for November 13, 1985

The magnificent or the mundane?
Poland's Jaruzelski stronger after leadership shake-up. General Jaruzelski's policy line seems to have won
With spy flap over, British and Soviets return to diplomatic table
Nicaraguan resistance
Thanksgiving desserts
US ambassador reassures West Germany about strong relations
Arab leaders eye summit for sign of Soviet Mideast role
Humanizing an Israeli hero
China reins in youth to prevent wave of anti-Japanese sentiment. Youth protest `second invasion' of Japanese consumer goods
NFL games are `rush hour' for Walter Payton; coaches on spot
Banning cameras
Offbeat financing of Oregon's schools forces frequent closings
Underneath the slapstick was an unrelenting perfectionist
The man who'll explain the President at Geneva
Foraging for `foods from the field'
Defectors: immigrants or cold war pawns?
Anti-pornography measure voted down by Cambridge residents
India and Pakistan: time to encourage trust
News In Brief
Some notes from a library during a centennial
Controversial Fassbinder play will not open
Canada's rail giant celebrates a landmark by firming up holdings
Discovering the pleasures of Pepys
Tax reform slips a puzzle into your year-end tax planning
Summits past and present
Photo album, circa 1920
National Football League standings
`Cooperative' feasts spread the chores and the cheer
Taking water from the ground, using it, and putting it back
Vietnam said to be planning major offensive in Cambodia
Quintessentially American Copland. Radio-TV simulcast to honor composer who caught a nation's ear, and heart
Aid to Israel taking back seat to realities of budget deficit
Philippine opposition juggles big pre-election problems. Scrambles to unite behind a candidate, wants later vote
The bookshop bell
Rethinking Gramm-Rudman
Disney's `Natty Gann': adventures of a 1930s tomboy