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Monitor Archive for July 12, 1985
Pictorial biography of a distinguished man of letters
Ol'e! Olympics! Barcelona makes strong bid to host 1992 Games
Arson adds fuel to California fires
FYI: What you need to know about Trade Protection/America rethinks its free-trade tradition as tide of imports rises.
CALL OF THE CANYON/Raft ride on Colorado River offers exhilarating plunges, serene and leisurely floats, and intriguing hikes on shore where wildlif...
An army of firefighters battles blazes
Outcry among longtime Coke drinkers forces Coca-Cola to dust off its old formula
US seeks ways to use aquatic `weather' to hide its submarines. Navy expanding research program for oceanography
Lessons from the hostage-taking
Bill fries while I sing `La Marseillaise'
For once, Kremlin and White House are in sync. Leaked memos and mid-level talks are among signs they're ready to do business
To get rich in Poland, peddle posies
Can Mugabe implement changes outlined for Zimbabwe?
In Rome, family-run Giolitti's dishes up Italian ice cream with a sense of history
News In Brief
Immortalized by El Greco, Toledo is steeped in history
West of Eden
Looking at today's teen-agers. About-face from '60s and '70s, say school advisers
FYI: What you need to know about Trade Protection/America rethinks its free-trade tradition as tide of imports rises. Two years later, it's still un...
Two cheers for Massachusetts for almost passing budget on time
Williamsburg's decorative-arts gallery
US and Indochina
Congress struggles to keep up with growing `star wars' program
China blasts US for population stance. Chinese official's remarks come on eve of North American visit
Do you want to be happy?
Food aid to Sudan
Lotteries lure women into betting
UPDATE/The African Famine
Anti-takeover law pending in New York rings Wall Street alarm
`Explorers' finally cuts loose, only to crash-land
Growing up gifted: three-time math Olympian Jeremy Kahn
The US and Syria: a love-hate relationship
Annual Braemar Gathering in Scotland is a royal treat. Graceful highland dancers, proud pipe and drum corps, strong men in kilts competing in tradit...
FYI:What you need to know about Trade Protection/America rethinks its free-trade tradition as tide of imports rises. Quotas keep US sugar prices swe...