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Monitor Archive for March 29, 1985

Citizen Khan makes world of difference around the globe
Ted's mother
Goetz case -- the right forum
Telescopes and microscopes. New technology is extending the maximums and minimums of our viewing power, providing new perspectives on the cosmos as...
Aunt Rindy
When the stock market falters, Boyd Jefferies goes to work
Kampuchea aid plan rekindles concern over US role in region
Dante... on line
Startling artworks from a man for all media
Whom do you blame?
Pickens turns up heat on Unocal
Poverty still challenges a resurgent US
House seals OK of MXs; four senators say `no more'
Reagan promotes economic themes in brief NYC visit
Bank of Boston reassures shareholders
How the US government officially defines poverty
Coup threat faces Sudan's Nimeiry during US trip
US criticizes Moscow's posture on arms talks. Rowny says Soviets obfuscate `star wars' issue
Outlook dim for Duarte party in Salvador vote
`Wallenberg': disappointing treatment of a heroic and inspiring story
Telescopes and microscopes. New technology is extending the maximums and minimums of our viewing power, providing new perspectives on the cosmos as...
Georgetown looms team to beat in NCAA basketball showdown
Political renewal
Writing on the screen
EC summit looks beyond entry of Spain, Portugal
US-Japan trade ties reaching impasse
Manufactured housing. Moving into a new era of colorful, innovative design
Sudan crackdown on Islamic group seen as help to Nimeiry
Uncle Joe
Simon's `Biloxi Blues' on Broadway is a partial success
How Vietnam forced US to grow up