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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1985
That's just the way the ball bounces
Getting life insurance when you buy a car. It's an extra that you can pass up, but with a low enough rate it pays
The pros who prepare tax returns aren't feeling itchy over simplification
Having a fling with history
Italians reject referendum on wage indexing, back Craxi's effort to cut inflation
House Budget chairman suggests it's time to consider new taxes. Spending cuts alone are not enough, argues Gray
Search for black Big Brothers
A balanced banking system
Scythe-bearing chariots notwithstanding
Attack-minded Evert Lloyd, Wilander secure French tennis titles
News In Brief
`Glenn Gould Reader' -- as surprising as the maverick pianist himself
Quick-rising yeast breads ready to serve in an hour
Mengele is just one of a dozen Nazis sought by authorities
Analysis of the `Iliad' sees values beneath the valor
Security Council in new Namibian independence bid
US says next arms move is Soviets'. President needs concessions if arms negotiations are to progress
US assesses and reacts to Soviet spy damage. Measures include polygraph tests,more curbs on Soviet travel in US
`Odd Couple' is back on Broadway -- with a new twist The Odd Couple Comedy by Neil Simon. Directed by Gene Saks. Starring Rita Moreno, Sally Struthe...
FDR's golden promise: more than a silver spoon
`South Africa's No. 1 trading partner'
High court affirms importance of juries' role, especially in death-penalty cases
US assesses and reacts to Soviet spy damage. Walker case characterized as `serious but not catastrophic'
Videoculture 3. Do `mediagenic' candidates make good leaders?
Mohandas K. Gandhi in South Africa
US-Europe food battle escalates. Such fighting contributes to food shortages in third world, experts say
`Bring back the Satcoms'