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Monitor Archive for November 18, 1985
Town meetings help Alaska governor test public opinion and where he stands for reelection bid in '86
A house for homeless women
2 researchers say family violence has plunged in the last 10 years, but...
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. A brilliant printmaker, he distilled Paris night life into a few lines
Election gains by Taiwan's opposition fail to alter status quo
Tune in to proper car maintenance and driving habits. Car owners are now keeping their cars about six to seven years
Defense maverick France shifts military strategy and spending
Jackson still seeks pot of electoral gold in `rainbow coalition'
Dealing with problems of `at risk' youth. Inadequate education is contributing to the creation of a new subculture
Checking the float on checks
A comedy about the overprivileged; a musical about immigrants Oliver Oliver Comedy by Paul Osborn. Directed by Vivian Matalon.
Anglo-Irish accord gets a skeptical welcome from Irish public
Curtain rises on US-Soviet summit in Geneva. Moscow's agenda summed up in two words: `star wars'
Lawmakers duck deficit issue again. Congress is beginning to suspect that its own rules are part of the problem
Author enters baseball's world of dreams as minor league owner
Not watching the eclipse
...other reports indicate violence among strangers is higher than ever before
Batterers seek help to stop their violence
Colombians join together to help fellow citizens after eruption. National and international aid flows to nation to help volcano survivors
Martha Raye, one of the funniest ladies alive, is also a great jazz singer
Effort to leash the deficit seen as unleashing the stock market
A comprehensive, witty look at American popular culture
Europe anxious about summit on two scores. Leaders' concerns: public opinion, feeling left out
Handshake in Geneva
Taking a closer look at British ethics by moonlight
Peace around the world
A South African editor who went one step too far
China tightens controls on literature and the arts
Teaching high school students about `star wars,' nuclear issues
Is the average consumer in the US over his head in debt? Not necessarily
Scientists try to improve volcano forecasts . Lack of records and uniqueness of each volcano can make job difficult
Letters to the Editor. Shaping China's future
How did the universe come to be? PBS program attempts to find answers
Mixing high tech, high profits, and a social agenda in the Bronx
Swedish men urged to share domestic duties
A hint of snow and Machiavelli
Retailers move early to foil Yule Grinch
Show children they're needed and they'll pitch in to help