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Monitor Archive for March 26, 1985
Dallas readers cull the benefits of rivalry of two newspapers
The `missing' workers of Silicon Valley
In Agdao, not even `Baby' Aquino can keep the communists at bay
Hungary's unfilled hopes. Kadar at party congress cites disappointments of people
Its soaring 18th-century Spanish missions are unique
Isaac Asimov: 300 books and still counting
While MX is debated, modernization of US forces speeds ahead
Preserving that `eminently listenable jazz'. `Swing Reunion' promises to be a memorable three-record set
From the exotic to BASIC: Club Med chief pushes computers with French youth
In the garden
PACs and campaign financing
In campaign to `Sovietize' Afghanistan, USSR uses school, media, and ethnic ties
A Monroe Doctrine for the Mideast?
Confidential Indian report blames both US firm and subsidiary for Bhopal disaster
Entering the age of the electronic university
Davao. Blueprint for a communist takeover.
Short stories of life in the South during the '30s and '40s
Mozart on helping a pupil write music
Candidates, including Venus DeMilo, gird for mayoral races
Too few assists awarded in youth hockey, too many in the NHL
Ask the gardeners
`Mask,' a spunky story of human resilience