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Monitor Archive for June 5, 1985
Christian Science lecturers announced
Rebecca West's digressions find freedom in framework of history
Gandhi indirectly says Pakistan lying about N-weapons. Indian leader urges US to try to stop alleged Pakistani program
Sorting out Walker spy-case damage
Just stand over there, madam
Ballet is alive and kicking up its heels in New York
Three '69 Met stars still pitching; Dempsey guards hitting secrets
Americans rank snails low, Mexican and Italian food high
China and India moving toward center stage in Asian diplomacy
Ending the conflict-of-interest triangle
That ideal vacation may take some extra planning this year
Consumer outlook brightens as interest rates continue to fall. Economy still has room to grow before inflation becomes a worry
Singapore launches two projects in move toward becoming an electronic society
Making a joyful noise -- the case for music
Tiny countries roar
US and Central America -- `truth in advertising'
East-bloc players dominate early jockeying for '87 world match. Cycle begins even as title for 1984 awaits rematch
`Spring always wins'
Protecting a crop of underwater `crackers'
Pindar, the original Greek poet of praise
Poor get biggest percentage cut, rich get biggest dollar cut under Reagan plan
US and Vietnam: time for normalization?
Jackson still hopes to rescue US hostages in Lebanon
When an elegant ambler goes back to the easel