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Monitor Archive for March 28, 1985
China's warm words to Hungary mark thaw in ties with East bloc
A Subaru turbo station wagon with push-button 4-wheel drive
The pros and cons of today's matchmaker corporations. Pros and cons of matchmaker corporations
As it becomes a debtor, US loses global clout and protectionism grows
Slain US major was acting within `ground rules' of 1947 agreement, US officials say
Mormon plan for a Brigham Young University site in Jerusalem irks some Israelis
Church/state conflict and the Burger court
Seoul tightens up after conglomerate's failure.
Supreme Court: avoiding a `holy war' over the abortion issue
Tugging on the US dollar from all directions
250 years of American art
Remembering the Huguenots.
Remembering the Huguenots. London's Huguenot Society prospers from `revived interest in family history'.
The generations of rebels
Zola Budd wins first major race; Bruce Smith an unknown No. 1
South Africa: two sides to the story. Domestic turmoil
Welcome flexibility marks the Oscar choices
Two miniseries manage -- partially -- to recapture the ancient past
Atop the extra-pay pyramid
Congress looks for way to mend patchwork of bank regulation
Shultz secures his advisory role by reigning in UN envoy
Sanctuary leader sentenced to year in jail for aiding Salvadoreans
Information age spurs new ideas about leadership, educator says. Consensus-style chiefs may outnumber order-givers
Truck firms, Teamsters near settlement; results mixed in airline talks
Bonus legislative pay no guarantee of better lawmaking for Bay State
Getting third-world farmers jazzed up about agriculture
Botha tries to hush criticism of police action in S. Africa
Dick Lucius and his raptors give nature lessons
China's stray ship fails to torpedo better relations with S. Korea
What is Trinity Rep up to? Painters show at Rose; punk `Misanthrope'
Remembering the Huguenots. The expulsion of Protestants from France 300 years ago helped coin the word `refugee'
What's a Boy Ranger? He's a youngster with his dad in tow
Libby Riddles beat a blizzard to become top musher
High court ties, so public cr`eches win. Scarsdale appeal loses in 4 to 4 vote, but issue likely to resurface