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Monitor Archive for December 6, 1985
Freeze Frames. A weekly update of film releases
Making music with an unorthodox dramatic `flare'
Houseplants for home decorating
Cross-country skiers stride and `skate' into new racing season
Answering machine comedians
Update, The African famine
Ideology loses ground in Reagan's foreign policies
Now in paper
How SATs are reshaping US schools
House tax bill could dull US competitive edge, Baldrige says. Concerns over US foreign trade and jobs lay behind Reagan's lukewarm endorsement of th...
Manila: the military's role
Don't give up!
Chicago theater: second to none
George Gallup Jr. sees religion in US as `alive and well'
Best children's books in 1985
Unknown black miner enters fray against S. African government
Hotels with a history. Developers get creative with grain silos, banks, and warehouses
Novelist as a small boy. Doctorow goes to the fair
Family drama about love that listens with the heart
Former senator says anti-Arab violence in US ignored. Arab-American leader accuses FBI of foot-dragging on recent bombings
Spy case fallout: suspension of US-Israel intelligence-sharing
No gulag for the mind
Hierarchy and gridlock
Baldwin books take provocative look at blacks in America
Over to the Senate
South Asian nations launch bid for greater unity
All work and no pay: theater on a shoestring
TV venture into Wonderland with stars and songs
No easy ironies. Kiely focuses on turmoil in Ireland with an eye on the world as well
News In Brief
Ralph Nader and other White Knights
New edition offers five years of Faulkner
The Israeli connection
Anthology may only whet kids' appetites
New NSC chief keeps a low profile, but you'd call him in a crisis
Pentagon offers pension-reduction plans
Cases against Union Carbide for Bhopal leak go on and on. . .
Poll weighs a Bush bid in '88. He's popular, but many voters find him `wishy-washy'
Solutions to global issues start at home, says this crusader
Choices for children. Christmas gifts for younger readers
Working on the railroad to turn it into a restaurant
`Don't tell me what happened -- tell me who did it!'
Fancier computers call for human equation. Companies arrayed with gear turn to consultants to refine best applications
Ending Beacon Hill's annual last-minute dash to legislative wire
Grass-roots search for peace in Israel. Israeli Jew, Palestinian seek answers in strength of people, not arms