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Monitor Archive for May 22, 1985
West Germany, Israel: elusive normality
US should scrap law on car fuel economy
US stops complaining, starts to subsidize farm exports instead
Modern Japan's lagging `frontier'
Questions of ethics
Shyness is really nothing to brag about
They know horses
Nicaragua cracks down on its thriving underground economy
Bay-to-Breakers race a time for celebrating fun aspect of sports
Pentagon takes a hard look at ability of officer corps to lead troops in combat. Critics worry that up-or-out promotions stifle innovation
Exchange of prisoners sparks bitter debate among Israelis
It's a tiring, smelly job, but New Yorkers line up for it. Michael DeCataldo and Peter DiGregorio tell why
Thomas Hart Benton's sister taught us dancing; Ray Bolger stopped at our table. Readers also join in on eggs, poetry, etc.
Celebrating John J. Audubon, a naturalist who rendered science into art
Small town resilience
Biased biography only distorts image of complex Irish poet
Links grow between drug runners and terrorist groups. Exchange of profits for guns impairs enforcement effort
Germany: past and present
Robust Republican Party turns Florida into a two-party state
Challenges of dry weather
Relax -- a bit -- on recording auto mileage. Congress has let up on detailed logs to get tax deductions for business trips, but care is still called...
Pleasing the palates of Capitol Hill lawmakers
Pickens faces costly defeat in his bid to get Unocal
Palestinian-Shiite clashes deepen rift between Muslims in Beirut
It's still 1976 in Ethiopia, where Lenin towers, Cubans sing, and the sun shines
US, Soviets make slow progress on trade
New England makes its own version of a New Orleans classic
Negro Ensemble Company revives award-winning drama Ceremonies in Dark Old Men Play by Lonne Elder III. Directed by Douglas Turner Ward.
Remark sparks row over German unity
World champion grower,brings 10,000 daffodils to famous Chelsea show
Paul Horgan's monument to moral sensibility