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Monitor Archive for July 25, 1985
News In Brief
A change of thought--not suicide
Western economists see trouble in East Germany's tight controls
Aspidistra: the carefree houseplant
One decade since the Final Act
10 years of encouraging human rights in Eastern Europe
Papandreou gets down to Herculean task of economic recovery
Worth noting on TV
NBC asks if our pension funds need protection
A housing design to meet the changing needs of today's family
Reagan expected to lose bid for line-item veto
Walker spy case puts spotlight on military's `C3'
Hastening Haitian political reform
Dwindling prairies spark new push for preservation
The magical touch of the Bernstein baton
Portrait of the artist as a young master
Nuclear power industry delighted over US-China pact
Meeting US electricity demand in the '90s
An American finds Iran a pleasant surprise
Stylish short stories about the perils of artistic mediocrity
High-performance turbo 900 from Saab
As German population shrinks, economic questions multiply
Lyle, a native son, ends drought of British winners in golf Open
Immigration --a fair reception
The relevance of charity
In Gdansk, Polish workers are cautious but defiant
If Marianne Faithfull turns you on more than Madonna, see `Our Time'
Why are Americans the victims?
Macho image of smokeless tobacco lures more teen-agers