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Monitor Archive for March 12, 1985
A touching visit to Amsterdam's `Annex,' where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis
Soviet leadership in transition. Muscovites take change in stride
EPA rethinks decision to back out of asbestos issues
Novel probes Flaubert
Why Earth was a hothouse 100 million years ago. Geography, CO2 levels may explain prehistoric swelter
Two-handled fork helps gardeners treat their soil gently
ASK THE GARDENERS
Soviet leadership passes to a new generation. View from Moscow. Smooth transfer of power marks historic changeover for USSR
Education chief takes `radical' stand for tough standards
Soviet leadership passes to a new generation. Profile of the new leader. A self-assured Gorbachev rockets to top
``Write what you know''
Future of the Atlantic alliance: unity . . . in diversity?
Signed with a hug
Mideast violence on the rise. Mubarak urges US to push for talks as attacks escalate between Israel and Shiites, Iran and Iraq
SOVIET COMMUNIST PARTY POWER CENTERS
Soviet leadership in transition. Chernenko: more an ideologist than a leader
In era of reform, China's leader reminds his people they're still socialists
World talks on African famine upstaged by Soviet transition
Soviet leadership passes to a new generation. View from Washington. US analysts look at Gorbachev and see shifts in style, but not substance
Business highlights. Two more Boston banks report they failed to list cash moves
Charlotte Bront"e on Jane's point of view
Here come the cookies
Buckle-up laws are beginning to spread. Auto companies hope states will join in passing seat-belt mandate, so US won't require air bags and other `p...
Broadway's new fare --from Serling to Schnitzler
Memo to Governor Cuomo
Basing battleship in New York raises nuclear safety concerns
Soviet leadership in transition. Turnover in the Kremlin
Cable takes an incisive look at First Amendment vs. private rights
Your part in the arms talks