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Monitor Archive for December 10, 1985
Trimming the disability roster
Vote boosts Cypriot leader, but not prospects for unity
`Tuition isn't the purpose here, the dream is'
Ask the gardeners
Dreams of glorious orbitation
News In Brief
San Diegans want to put mayor's `shady' image behind them
How to slalom in and out of funds that stake out industry sectors
US seeks ways to thwart a missile shield. Air Force wants high-tech decoys and warheads that dodge defenses
Reaganomics and Gramm-Rudman may box President into tax increase
Radio telescope network helps answer cosmic questions
An investment `car pool' where you leave the driving to the pros
`A Chorus Line': lots of legs, but not much heart
S. Africa drops treason charges against activists
Next month:Tax Planning
OPEC threatens oil-price war to protect market share. Cuts should lower inflation, interest rates, raise GNP
Down-home investors have done fine with overseas funds in '85
Toy-safety crusader targets US standards. He calls product-safety panel's voluntary rules `an absolute fraud'
It's morning again for US R&D: joint labs and mollusks with iron teeth
US reruns: good telly for Aussies
Letters to the Editor. `Star wars'
What you'll find on a Yankee ski vacation
Dizzying number and types of new funds call for sober selectivity
How tough a border?
Hermann von Helmholtz talks machines
Instead of putting off that party, get it into gear
Season off to early start; good crop of new ski books this year
US start-ups get greener funding in London
US Customs's investigation traps Ghanaians arming unit at home
Small funds can offer action, but not always in the right direction
French leaders try to patch things up after foreign policy squabble
Guatemalan high-wire act
French trying to launch a European `spaceplane'
The next goal: summit '86. Summer meeting scheduled for superpowers puts pressure on them to realize progress on key issue of arms control
Debating military use of space
Struggle for Nicaragua: escalation
Feeling loved during the holidays
Steering a tax course with mutual funds
Huddled masses of US givers wooed by Miss Liberty ads
Ratify international labor conventions
Letters from an insider give a refresher course in US history
Mutual funds, the little guy's niche, are big with institutions, too
Protectionism: it sounds better than it is
California Teamsters election tests influence of women, Hispanics
Mitterrand plays Soviet card to gain support of Western allies
Bishops' synod marked by both unity and divisions within the Catholic Church. Report strikes balance between differing visions
The loneliness issue
Nonprofit `sprouting' group hopes to help end world hunger
`The loose-leaf library'
Look for toys in the hardware store, the market, even under the sink