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Monitor Archive for May 28, 1985
`Moonlighting' technicians help Soviets tune in to BBC broadcasts
Hussein's Washington visit. Jordan's leader seeks US help to set Mideast peace process moving -- likely response: `It's up to you'
For some 800 Guatemalan refugees, Florida has become a home
`Rat in the Skull':a drama defining Ireland's struggle Rat in the Skull Play by Ron Hutchinson. Directed by Max Stafford-Clark.
The Home Forum Competition
For want of a shovel: Soviet retreat and US collision in Africa
Breaking the chains
Chairman Gray's `fair' hand steered budget through US House
Rural justice affects many, but may serve few
Don't laugh, this analyst says he has a buy-cycle built for you
The influence of money on politics
Reagan: running out of steam?
Rockwell: adman sold on idyllic life
Portrait of Stalin stirs mixed emotions among Russians
In favor of diaries -- or am I?
What does God know about us?
An oasis on summer's edge
Washington's Radio Mart 'i draws irate `tones' from Cuba
`That's Dancing' -- even better on the printed page
African Development Bank plans to boost operations
TV version of `Arch of Triumph' is definitely no triumph. Tempestuous Remarque tale loses steam on screen
Lindbergh baby kidnapping case revisited, revised
The clubbiness of the City meets high-tech. Decorous hurly-burly on London Stock Exchange yielding to computers
If you own a car in China, you're one in 6 million. But that may change as first car dealerships open
Samuel Pepys jots it all down
Rome trial opens for eight men accused of plot against the Pope. Prosecution hopes to prove Agca was part of international conspiracy