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Monitor Archive for July 16, 1985
Canceled rugby tour reminds S. Africa of its isolation
Sales force or reps: which pitch for you?
Baseball at mid-season marked by close races, individual feats
Early returns show Bolivia shifting to the right
How America's social conscience was born
Just another screwball holiday with the family Season's Greetings Comedy by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Pat Brown.
Right turn ahead for Supreme Court? Possible justice retirements and Meese influence could alter course
Celebrated Dutch author's novel explores survival and war's afteraffects
Lawmakers stress international cooperation to combat terrorism
Sri Lankan progress
Historic value of `Live Aid' depends on follow-through. The sentiment `We Are the World' should include needy at home
Know your enemy
Mississippi Headwaters/Following the infant river through peaceful Minnesota Two months ago the Monitor began a five-part monthly series of article...
The US and Greece: the Papandreou factor
Our great concern
Separating science from dogma/Do not confuse the beliefs of individual scientists with scientific knowledge
Shifting sands in the Middle East
Harper's Lappham:good-bye, long tale
`Why not Bill Gray?'
Insurgency in the Philippines could provoke full-scale war unless growth is checked
Could state lottery success spawn supersize US numbers game?
Ask the Gardeners, Q&A
Lewis Carroll on borogroves, etc.
French Socialists bolster record for '86 vote
Night of two stars
Theatrical dahlias may be making a comeback
`Teseo': an attempt to re-create 1713 style
Living in the shadow of volatile Mt. St. Helens
Revamping college athletics
Live Aid: $65 million and counting
Miskito Indians rebuild their lives from ground up. But many are not satisfied with Nicaraguan leaders' autonomy plan
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