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Monitor Archive for June 27, 1985
Do horses and traffic mix?
No silence, please
Congress resorts to `Plan B' to rein in federal spending. FACING a budget stalemate, congressional leaders now pledge to keep tabs on individual spe...
Nationwide program gives fiscal boost to the arts
Water management is key to averting more Africa-type drought and food crises
Nicaragua's concern over possible US invasion brings out the tanks in capital
Book discussion groups grapple with the classics
Mengele and truth
Mozambique: a decade after independence. While socialist rhetoric continues, poverty, a rebel war and the failure of past policies force some libera...
The Hostage Crisis/Shiite leader shows more flexibility in Beirut crisis. Offers to move hostages to Western embassy
Beefing up airport security. Safety plans weighed against logjams, logistics problems
Speed travelers on their way with helpful, fun gifts
Responding to TWA Flight 847 hostage-taking
Can aging plants be disposed of safely? SCRAPPING OLD NUKES
For Zurich Stock Exchange it's building plans and brisk trading
Trucks in demand
News In Brief
Storing Nuclear Waste/The Yucca Mountain site. Arid climate and geology bring DOE to one Nevada crest
Electrifying retelling of Bible stories. The Mysteries
Church and state in Czechoslovakia spar over role of two saints.The two men who converted Slavs to Christianity in the 9th century are at the center...
`Contrariety' is McCarthy prose theme
`Sylvia': honest film portrait of a creative teacher. Engaging story needs less melodrama, more intellect
Religious fervor makes terrorists tougher to handle
A world in the underbrush
Westerners upset by proposed horse-trading of federal land
Soncino: a name linked to printing for five centuries
Don't be afraid of the spotlight