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Monitor Archive for May 2, 1985
Fresh chicken: fresh tips
Sharing the Bible. A book most traveled, most translated -- and still timely [BY]By Curtis J. Sitomer, Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
Stars, elegance, wit return to Broadway Aren't We All? Comedy by Frederick Lonsdale. Starring Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, Lynn Redgrave, George...
Germans approve Reagan trip -- including Bitburg. Most Germans see Bitburg as welcome effort at reconciliation
The role of prayer
Politics blocks aid vital to Ethiopia
Trade embargoes by US presidents have had a checkered history
China praises writer critical of Cultural Revolution
Why men fight
Examples of modern dance when it communicates, and when it doesn't
A little dinner music
Embargo --to what end?
Court gives UPI breathing room to seek buyer and reorganize its news operation
Senate taketh away benefits -- and now giveth back. GOP and Democrats compete to restore budget trims just passed
`Strangers and Brothers' portrays private sorrow, public posture
Feeding the eye
Scientists make gains in long road toward a computer that `listens'
For prime minister of Philippines, nation's foreign debt has top priority
Jamaica Kincaid -- art has roots in the family
San Francisco wants gas stations to keep washing the windshields
An equation dangerous to the practice of democracy. Investigative journalism = ``muckraking'' = libel (``actual malice'').
Motley out, Abrams in: Latin door continues to revolve at State
Canada is out to open up competition in banking, and the big banks don't like it
Looking back at Kent State
NFL goes heavily for linemen in draft; basketball trial balloons
A Vanderbilt's childhood
In communist lands, parting from party line aids the bottom line
Blacks concerned Democratic Party will leave them behind