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Monitor Archive for April 2, 1985

Consent to peace
Meet Felix, Krazy Kat, Gertie the Dinosaur -- the real pioneers of animated film
Hispanic groups foresee backlash, ease opposition to immigration bills
Interested in `everything that swarms around us
Swan's egg, apricot, mad apple -- it all boils down to eggplant
Hungarian leader takes a step toward retirement. New deputy will relieve Kadar of some day-to-day work
Lebanon, the media, and personal risk
Ask the Gardeners
Behind Japanese inroad in US auto market. Toyota's executives restate aims of quality and lower cost
Federal job training works for some. Reports say program doesn't go far enough to help unskilled poor, young
Qi Baishi had `everything' in mind
An admiring look at Fred Astaire
Soviet pressure on Zia
Hungarian writer finds life as a dissident `so much more interesting'
Federal training leads mom to steady job, time for home
Years of isolation end as Spain enters EC. Access to European markets likely to benefit Spanish industries
Florida. Trying to keep growth benefits ahead of its mounting costs
Are math formulas washing common sense out of economic theory?
Hot news for an old flower standby
The rise of franchises, the homogenizing of America
Geneva: from romantic to `conventional'
World's top bankers say developing nations' debt crisis is abating
Protect and pamper your plants with a cold frame
Walking the path to the ocean
What's a moviola? The answer's here
Knitwear: do-it-yourself haute couture or off-the-rack nostalgia
Pentagon woes -- and ways to resolve them
The political legacy of Vietnam
ROME: For businessmen, the key is planning your spare time
Need for land reform
Unions, firms, Congress struggle with problem of plant closings
Behind drop in US crime rate, experts note persisting problems
Marc Chagall, a true artist whose work can be found in the home
Victory by Duarte party seen as vote of confidence for peace talks
Sarney: taking charge in Brazil
The new life in `Saturday Night Live' . Comic Billy Crystal is a man of many roles -- on screen and off
A close-up of the President
Moscow doesn't have many new Elektrinas or Radars anymore