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Monitor Archive for March 21, 1985
US deficit: Drop MX and buy electric blankets?
It pays not to jump to conclusions
Thoreau swam in Walden Pond, but purists want others barred
PACs and `free lance' adversaries
The stigma of success
The secret of Danielle Steel's appeal: her Cinderella heroines are role models
Malawi supplies hungry African neighbors with its grain surplus
Quest for English hearts -- and throne. N.Y.'s Mirror Rep tackles history; also, a slick comedy of relationships
Boston area's ethnic press helps varied groups preserve traditions
Dodge Lancer: European style with Japanese extras
Philip Johnson. The unpredictable dean of American architects: He introduced the `glass box' -- then broke it
Hoping others will understand
Fearless of ridicule
The rest of the string
It's a craft, an art, a quest for perfection -- and hard work
US and USSR: an agenda for a new d'etente
Salvador colonel runs province as a warlord
Gandhi lowers the boom on India's booming black market
Belfast builds its own `Berlin Walls'. Both Protestant and Catholic areas welcome such barriers to violence
A new weapon in the war against acid rain
A disappointment from the gifted director of `Tex'
Yesterday and today caught in the click of a camera
Auto insurers decry cavalier Bay State attitude on fraud
Beyond the Ohio story
Boston schools need imaginative superintendent unhobbled by politics
What do you intend to do with these sneakers?