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Monitor Archive for December 19, 1985
Bowl win boosts Fresno State; freshman led Sooners in rushing
Carnegie's generosity may hold a pattern for today
Peltier case: shoot-out at Wounded Knee
Annual disagreements over Nativity scenes give way to compromise
News In Brief
Ticking off successes as Reagan winds up fifth year in office. `Next time around, no program will get a free ride,' he says
As bulls rush by
Hazel `walking stick' makes a cheery Christmas tree
For children: holiday treats on TV, from Shirley Temple to Rin Tin Tin
Congress hasn't seen the last of protectionist trade legislation. President's veto of textile bill won't keep backers from trying again
Justice Potter Stewart sat squarely in the lap of the Constitution
Mr. Reagan's way out
How Toshiko Akiyoshi finds time for all that jazz
Letters to the Editor. Freedom of the Nicaraguan press
Worth noting on TV
Shultz scores points with Hungary and Yugoslavia, but not with Romania
Crime syndicates levy `tax' on citizens of N.Y.
For gift giving try a good spatula or a jar of jam
India charts quickened economy
...Working for cash
Candles afloat tonight
West Germany sends weak signal to US on `star wars'
Bob Dylan still rolling. New five-record `Biograph' spans 23-year career
Gaza Strip: a forgotten but crucial part of Mideast equation
Plans for sheltering the mentally ill
Marcos to call off vote? Evidence mounts. He has enough pull in court to get vote canceled, judge says
Working for survival...
`On earth peace'
Message to `Sendercorp': The blend is too bland Return to Sender Play by Bill Obrecht.
What tax bill does for individuals
Two new spy novels
Nicknames and the `Refrigerator'
Bargaining is tough on Baker plan for helping debtor nations
Commission says unfair Philippine elections likely
Tax reform: part 2. Bill moves to Senate where finance chairman sees few changes but need for tax increase