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Monitor Archive for August 21, 1985
Two Handel histories tactfully dispel myth of musical `Messiah'
South-South trade: applauding the growing phenomenon
`Suddenly the great market square loomed up before me'
A little night music
The goal in South Africa
Conflicting rights in sex-abuse cases. Rulings reinforce suspect's right to fair trial, not child's right to privacy
Benazir Bhutto: a woman devoted to overthrowing Zia
Pakistan's Zia gears up for return of opponent
Better foreign policy through hindsight
Prizewinning play shows tragic consequences of life in prison In the Belly of the Beast Adapted by Adrian Hall from the book by Jack Henry Abbott. F...
TWA unions innovate by backing Icahn takeover bid
A role in aiding US with trade gap seen by Asian-Americans
Repealing the federal building code
Berklee highlights East-West jazz connection
Would freer economy aid or hurt Mexico? Government and most Mexican businessmen feel joining UN tariff group would boost economy, but critics see se...
What's ahead for PBS. Public TV: Promise bright, future cloudy.
S. Korean President backs off from crackdown on students
Brighten meals with a saut'eed blossom or two
US economic growth clocks in at snail's pace in 2nd quarter. Up to their ears in debt, US buyers can't be counted on to lift economy
Book of the month
Steve Cram leads assault on track and field world records in '85
News In Brief
County attorney's handling of cases involving child sexual abuse is questioned
PEACE 2010. Excerpt from an essay by Jerome Pressman, Lexington, Mass.
How Love `gets through'
Salvadorean rebels push for unity. Government crackdown on rebels seen as spurring move
Lower aluminum prices cost Alcan jobs
Ways to speed up the mortgage burning
Books under attack
Repetition is the spice of life
Extremism poses threat to Arab-Israeli relations. Shooting of Israeli, West Bank sit-in are latest examples
Snappy recipes for green beans
Laxalt decision lifts spirits of Democrats
Director Blanco's goal is theater with a national flavor in post-revolution Cuba