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Monitor Archive for July 17, 1985
Melanesians: a growing force in S. Pacific
No privacy for a president
Oregon Shakespeare Festival/50 years under the stars
Nakasone tries to bridge Japan's trade gap with Western Europe. France remains skeptical of pledges to open markets
Fictional version of Allied invasion falls from grace
Filipino debate: would US intervene? Spreading communist insurgency raises issue of US military involvement
Young horse (For Ellsworth Kelly)
PO Box USA
Reagan switches strategy on abortion challenge in court. Attacking freedom-of-choice ruling, administration stresses states' rights
Treasures from John Crowe Ransom teach pleasure of reading
A chat with spydom's former chief. Ethical level of CIA falls short of public expectations, he says
Bar the bookbusters
A little Chattanooga cookin'
Study outlines steps to reduce likelihood of nuclear war
Marx vs. capitalism
Little progress in Round 2 of arms talks. Agreement unlikely unless leaders hit it off at summit
Lower interest rates turn some holders of IRAs into investors
`No joy in Mudville' come August?
Maxim Dlugy lives up to his top ranking in United States Junior Championship
Dogs about town
Ship lists shed light on immigrant history
Approaching the summit -- the importance of attitude
Lottery opponents face uphill struggle across the United States
Britain pushing `people's capitalism'
Lightly regarded Baker strokes her way to US Open golf victory
Law without flaw
State split widens over tax proposal. Reagan plan may prompt some taxpayers to move out of high-tax states
The character of creatures
Khmer Rouge moderates Vietnam stance
Branching out with the many flavors of mint
Midgetman ICBM faces growing doubts about cost, survivability
News In Brief
From East, West, North, or South -- it's all `Southern fried'
Making a comfortable call at Downing Street
Legal implications of the Film Recovery Systems case
A championship chess tournament for kids proves the game that baffles some adults can be CHILD'S PLAY