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Monitor Archive for June 6, 1985
Reagan plan means big changes in the way investments are taxed
Bits of Gould: tall tales of Maine and its legends
Will new prison plans get reform on line?
Marcos's talk of American troops
Volvo 700-series wagons make their debut in the New World
Conversation with a teen-age gambler
Trying to cope when a tornado threatens
Vancouver looks to Pacific to shake recession. An '86 fair on world transportation to play up Canadian city's trade quest
Israelis leaving a broken Lebanon. Since 1982, Lebanese have come to blame Israel for their troubles
Is apartheid rousing black America? Black leaders first to enlist in protests, but rank and file slower to join
Grandmasters face off in `Dangerous Moves'
Clearing away mental beams
Ten more nations may have nuclear arms on the drawing board -- if not in hand
More youths are buying the gambling dream
USSR to reverse rivers
How GM is taking on Ford in Spain
World monetary reform may include tougher `tsk, tsk'
When Ike cooked with foil in the Dartmouth Grant
Protecting the environment and laboratory animals
Cause and effect
Rajiv Gandhi -- harbinger of hope? Turbulence during the Indian leader's first seven months in office has not derailed his push for change. He is de...
Hartley goes home
From a tiny grain comes a dish that's big in Ethiopia
Now, blast-proof wall and sealed passages separate Gandhi and public
Baseball lets TV call shots with all night games in World Series
A mayor's wife with her own commitments
W. Germans aid Brazilian and Argentine nuclear programs
Put ice cubes in your meatballs
Why superpowers pay the bills for big armies for small friends. Such surrogates are a relatively cheap and `wondrous' weapon
In FBI-KGB spy war, prevention is the key
International communism and Nicaragua -- an administration view
Nathalie Sarraute's vivid memoir, `Childhood,' takes to the stage