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Monitor Archive for July 8, 1985
A new art from the calendar: how to time your stock purchases
I was looking for the prairie
OPEC tries to regain dominance
Brutality cases renew citizen interest in policing the police
W. Germany is key to whether Europe joins US `star wars' effort. United States hopes Bonn will support the research program and lead the way for the...
West Europe wants to generate jobs but shuns big outlays
Rain in the rafters, song in their hearts Singin' in the Rain Musical comedy based on the MGM film. Screenplay and adaptation by Betty Comden and Ad...
Upset victory boosts political fortunes of Britain's third party
Meeting terrorism with prayer
Billie Jean King spearheads revival of team tennis league from top
Lloyd Alexander/His children's books explore clash between good and evil
Judge who desegregated Boston schools in '74 is now relinquishing his role. System nurtured by Judge Garrity could be model for other cities
`Undiscovered Country': a witty but dry study of Victorian love Undiscovered Country Play by Arthur Schnitzler, adapted by Tom Stoppard. Directed by...
From Khartoum to Cape Town/An African Journey: Meet the Pagoulatoses and their hotel, the place to stay in Khartoum
America's gambling/ Taking a chance. The growing US betting fervor Americans spend more money on lotteries than they do on federal law enforcement,...
Korea gets tough with students. Police crack down as challenge to government rises
Civil rights seen as judicial issue of '80s
Fleeing north: three Nicaraguans tell why
Senators pressure President to play hardball on trade. House warns Japan, urges White House to alter policy
Advertising industry, savvy with image, focuses on it own
NEA responds to criticism, presses for more teaching standards
White S. African researchers blast apartheid policy
Whatever budget cuts Congress may agree on are in for some erosion
Enriching your child's vocabulary
Arab-Americans feel US backlash from TWA hijacking
India & Pakistan: window of opportunity
Rare exhibit of Afro-American works of art
A pioneer broker reorganizes and expands
How illiteracy, and aliteracy, waste the wisdom of the ages
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