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Monitor Archive for April 29, 1985
Downtime in profits for computermakers may offer bargains
Playing the underdog: UPI's history is a scrappy one
Off screen, Neil Simon offers gentle quips rather than barbed one-liners
Hunger forum shows how a few dollars may work like a million
Gemayel comes under fire from Lebanon's Christians
Challenges for Brazil's new leader. Sarney faces early political and economic tests as he settles in
Legacy of two emperors lives on in Louisiana's code of laws
Moving with preschoolers
Shuttle puts stars in eyes of one travel agent
Attack on US dairy supports may end `good hayride' for farmers
The presidential primaries: Who's on first in '88?
US and Japan: genuine reciprocity
Prize-winning Newsday inches toward Manhattan from its Long Island base
Biography of '60s activist leaves real questions unanswered
Illegal aliens cost the US $7.5 billion a year, Rice study says
Our teen-agers' true Parent
What civilian spinoffs does US wring from guns budget?
In Sudan, famine relief work resumes. 1985 food deficit is put at 1.4 million metric tons
Out of the past
Confident Goode builds diverse coalition. Mayor stresses fiscal restraint, social concern, party commitment
UPI gets reprieve as it struggles to stay in business
`Hannah Senesh': compelling play about a heroic young woman Hannah Senesh Play by David Schechter. Based on the diaries and poems of Hannah Senesh....
Excerpts from `Beyond the Yellow Brick Road'
European nations turn to `get-lost bonus'
Mulroney in London to revitalize Canada-UK ties
May Sky Chart
Leaflets and songs show Iranian link to Beirut's `Party of God'. Syrian efforts fail to stem Islamic tide in Lebanon
Illiteracy in America: a growing threat to democracy, author says
Afghan intellectuals in Pakistan wage a holy war `by the pen'
Ex-drug addict finds self-esteem the key to going straight
A First Lady's first priority
I. M. Pei on the past and future
Ridding the environment of toxic chemicals
Miami University's art museum is itself a handsome work of art
A parent's quality wish list
Vietnam nettles those inside and outside its borders. Hanoi hinders Sino-Soviet reconciliation efforts
US defense industry running full speed ahead. Backlogs, `star wars' work bolster investment outlook
Jim Smith teaches tennis -- and a lot more -- to inner city youths