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Monitor Archive for May 3, 1985
PBS presents an entertaining, in-depth TV course on China
Four stories to catch a toddler's eye
W. Germany tries to balance European, US space research
Utah Company makes ballet history. Ballet West performs `Abdallah,' 130-year-old Bournonville dance, at Kennedy Center
Postmodernism and the uncivil city
Space-saving appliances for compact living
Hockey's Jari Kurri stands out even in Gretzky's long shadow
The Martha Graham sense of drama. Still a pioneer of modern dance at 90, she reaches far beyond mere novelty
Turkey's liquor ban splits government, stymies tourist trade
`I didn't know we had a coat of arms'
EXODUS FROM ETHIOPIA. Secretly flown from drought-stricken Africa to modern-day Israel, Ethiopian Jews try to carve a new life in the `Promised Land'
Japan's University of the Air beams learning to masses
Pictures and answers for inquisitive kids
French government and press play down WW II anniversary. Reaction seen as symbolic of French-German reconciliation
Going private with municipal services: Seattle eyes a sewage task
Novels of Ouida Sebestyen share thread of good
MacArthur: the last American hero?
Between soft covers
Right-wing Afrikaners declare their town a `white homeland'
Think tanks spread free-market ideas worldwide
Moscow eyes West's summit for rifts between US and Europe
Nicaragua braces for even harder days ahead
Some big-block investors fight company efforts to foil takeovers
Baseball standings and statistics Including games of Wednesday, May 1
West seeks economic unity. Bonn summit may have better chance than previous ones of coordinating US and European policies.
Do we push our presidents too hard to be `strong'?
In the footsteps of Joan of Arc: heroines mark new crop of young adult books
How to fight communist regimes
Tougher West German law aims to shield youth from adult-only videos
Fun follows form: fine verse for children
Packaging techniques to grab a prospective homeowner's attention
Bedrick Books leaps into field with creativity, imagination
Syria asserts dominant position in Lebanon
Nature books that explain and entertain
Western Europe has a lesson for Reagan about communism -- if he listens
`Star wars': the time to stop it is now
A good four-letter word