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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1985
Cassettes bring fresh views to Africa
Will the Senate ratify an arms treaty?
Southern literati gather to examine state of their art
V-E Day in Moscow: Soviets embraced Americans
Emory faculty votes to oppose highway to Jimmy Carter library
It's no time to cut farm aid, say even frugal US senators. One says he would add money to budget whether `we have it or not'
Tartness triumphs in rhubarb jams, jellies, and chutneys
Making sure your home insurance keeps up with your equity
On not taking water for granted
Holocaust: the Soviet denial
Minority hiring quota issue heats up
I don't do snakes
Young Philippine officers press for reform in the military
Rebuilt Flyers seek to repeat their Stanley Cup glory of the '70s
The Soft-shell Crab
New ways to treat toxic waste are tangled in US red tape
Reagan's gradual slide in popularity helped little by European trip. The President's public support has dipped since January, when his approval rati...
In Strasbourg sauerkraut has French accent
Not a Mother's Day essay
Vermont Royster, a journalist for all seasons
West German schools urge students to learn about their country's Nazi past
Victory in Europe remembered: lilacs, hot dogs, and a `little red schoolhouse'
Germans' reconciliation with their Nazi past began decades ago
With Spacelab back home, NASA readies Discovery for June flight
MTV: Advertisers carry the clout. Under fire for snarl-and-seduction imagery, producers leaning toward less threat, but more flesh.
`Nice guys finish last' -- the theory strikes out