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Monitor Archive for March 19, 1985
UN renews effort to end raging Iran-Iraq war. Some nations call for impartiality, others want UN to pressure Iran
For Pakistani `king breaker,' fight for democracy has only begun
Polyester for your plants. Keeps out bugs, lets in air and water
Ask the gardeners
A glimpse into the life of a young fighter in Beirut
Naples court sets up in prison to hold maxi-trial of Mafia suspects
Chinese worship publicly -- under wary eye of state
US, Canada confront acid rain. But Mulroney, Reagan postpone tough political factors
Bruins singing a snappier tune since getting Goring for a song
US economic expansion strongest since Korean war
`Heartbreakers' is coldly clinical; `My New Partner,' wittily French
Oliver Goldsmith on rural decline
Ambassador Burns leaves a West Germany `uncertain of itself'
Now there's a computer program that will thumb through the files
Anguilla. Why, our writer asks himself, would an accessible little island in the British West Indies with a surfeit of world-class beaches remain so...
The lavender-scented adventures of a 17th-century teen-ager
Can Britain save this picture?
Intelligence operations. US is beefing up its covert activities
South African businesses try to prevent US disinvestment
Brian Cox talks about the challenge of O'Neill for a British actor
Year-round gardening with combined natural and fluorescent light. Simple setup rescues cabbage plant seedlings
Air traffic control is a job many fired FAA veterans don't miss
Ohio S&Ls crisis reverberates nationally