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Monitor Archive for May 9, 1985

Applause for teachers
Seven NBA teams await draft lottery; QBs and self-preservation
PLO hard liners deny reaching accord with Jordan
Affirmative action: a steeper climb for US minorities?
Interest grows in building supersonic jets that outfly Concorde
Toyota 2-rider: the MR-2 sports coupe
US, Soviets posturing for advantage. Reagan and Gorbachev play to the galleries; talking tough, but sending conflicting signals
For now, Costa Ricans accept US-trained rapid reaction force
While the others napped
Fictional but fact-filled tale of American missionaries in China
Preservation Hall: keeping the New Orleans sound alive
Influencing attitudes through disinformation
Mixed messages
EC is more united on trade than Bonn summit suggested
Action on Hill threatens funds for overseas development banks
For Germans too, May 8, 1945, was `a day of liberation'
More high school students stay in class
Mayor of New Orleans --tireless, feisty, determined
Repeat photography. The art and science of recording a scene a second time
Hidden in sight
The help we need is here
What happened when you found the animals?
Diablo reactor up to full speed, but nuclear-power industry lags
Behind Murdoch's move into television
Sumerian dictionary opens door on an ancient Mideast culture
Fall Fashion. Sportswear sets the tone in a lineup that includes short, fitted skirts and pattern mixing
February in Port Townsend