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Monitor Archive for March 8, 1985
Startle your friends
Let's not change the charitable deduction!
Hammering out an arms pact
S. Africa's economic slump finally hits -- and angers -- whites
TV's impact on the world -- a comprehensive look. Provocative British series will come to US
Basel: a bledn of cultures at a bend in the Rhine
The source of true power
College president's spouse: Paid professional or volunteer?
The Soviet style of negotiation
Colorful clues to Swiss pride and patriotism -- at the National Museum in Zurich
Tracing the Big Bang
A dime's worth of pineapple
Pan Am pilots cross pickets, saying strike cost outweighs gain
Denver U. reshapes itself to weather `baby bust' '80s and '90s
Scrimmage across the board-room table
Ask an architect
Satisfying the urge to submerge: scuba diving in the Virgin Islands
For this China Yuppie the new capitalism brings six-digit salary
Hiking the highlands of Rainier: family fun in nature's playground
Traveling Europe by train: all the facts for all the tracks
Boston bank probably did launder, US official says
Floating on hot air above the Kenya plains: ballooning for tourists
Farm-bill backlash concerns GOP. Reagan's veto of Congress's aid bill may hurt in the short run, but insiders say the party will gain by `standing f...
Chile's farmers spur brisk trade in produce
Recalling Woodstock, musical emblem of an era
US and New Zealand
Kremlin raises the red flag about smoking
A golden pass through the Alps. Switzerland's famed railway is noted for its efficiency -- and for its stunning panoramas
Childhood haunts of a Missouri legend. Mark Twain's imagination and youth still live in Hannibal, however faintly