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Monitor Archive for May 14, 1985
US standing in Latin America plummets
Supreme Court refuses to consider Abscam appeal
Dotson aiming to reverse conviction . Governor believed him guilty but granted freedom on basis of `mercy'
NASA craft to rendezvous with a comet
Citizens unite to try to save tax credit for historic preservation
Beating the farm crunch with new tools, new methods, and a willingness to change
When Democrats search for identity
CHIPPENDALE IN THE CORRIDORS OF POWER. With the utmost in diplomacy, the State Department has persuaded private donors to part with $30 million wort...
Garden project rescues African community
Austria remembers 1955 treaty as it plays host to Shultz, Gromyko. Treaty ended postwar occupation; talks today seek US-Soviet dialogue
Edgar Allan Poe on `Nevermore'
Facing the future
Credit unions are going great guns -- and the banks are uneasy
Cities fight graffiti with solvents and resolve -- but no final solution
Ask the Gardeners, Q & A
Rau's political star rises in W. Germany as result of state vote
What happens when a regional theater goes fishing for talent outside its own pool
Brock sees trouble ahead with West Europe over farm exports. Summer job outlook for teen-agers is relatively good, labor secretary says
For a summer trip with grand style, try a historic-dance tour of Britain
Ex-Swedish Olympian Pelle Lindberg is hot playoff goalie so far
`Damned in Paradise' probes mysteriously complex Melville
Freeing the fish hawk
The power of gentleness
Justice and the Dotson case
Canadian-made plane used to fight forest fires scouts for new uses
Amaranth may be `grain of the future'
US-Soviet volley in Vienna: Shultz meeting with Gromyko will test superpower relationship and explore likelihood of summit
High court rulings affect motor homes, illegal aliens
Options -- and costs -- to West in its battle against terrorism
Bennett and Watt