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Monitor Archive for December 18, 1985
Family ties: Wives . . .
Letters to the Editor. Honduras -- and the death of Major Zuniga
Security and lie detectors
Turn-of-the-century recordings spark new field of inquiry: `phono-archaeology'
Uganda signs pact with rebels, but no one seems happy
They're skirmishing for yet a new world championship next year. 16 grandmasters cut to 4 in tourney held in France
As the conductor sees it
BRITAIN/Government `suggests' violence be reduced on TV programming
End of interest-rate curbs will spawn new beckonings by banks
Coward, Fugard, and Shaw grace New York stages Hay Fever Comedy by No"el Coward. Starring Rosemary Harris. Directed by Brian Murray.
Half decent Christmas trees cost $5
The ABM Treaty: obstacle to security
Raiders still winning the big ones; Dolphins near third title in row
Koch: his 3rd term is for the history books
Mafia assaulted within and without
Family ties: . . . and mothers
What's wrong with history?
The discreet new charms of Harvard Square
Here comes Halley's. Scientists and laymen alike have golden opportunity to `marvel at the star'
Letters to the Editor. Constitution rewrite?
Maintaining NATO's guard
Spruce up a Yule buffet with an economical seafood mousse
Order trial jurors look for credibility of former members
Jordan emerges from Carter `exile' to run for the US Senate
News In Brief
Japan agonizes over joining `star wars' program. Issue sparks debate in parliament on Japan's role in East-West confrontation
`The storm may roar without me'
Polish leaders clamp down on dissent in education's ivory towers
Bringing warmth and light to the cold darkness of a Finnish winter
Special holiday breads herald the German Christmas
Classic stories on home video give children gentle lessons in the arts and the Bible
Revealing collection of anecdotes on war. Well-edited volume rewards reader with pleasures of understanding
Deadline for Angola?
China's economic goals are set dizzyingly high
Splendid distillation of a much-admired, little-read history by Sir Winston [BY]By Pamela Marsh
AFRICAN JOURNEY. Tanzanian politics -- stamped with the Nyerere seal
Argentina ends one chapter, starts a new
Pulling together when financial troubles pull them apart. Farm communities face threat of growing violence
Why some market-watchers think Texaco stock may do well