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Monitor Archive for August 26, 1985
Syrian-sponsored truce quells Beirut fighting. But factions wrangle over deployment of Syrian cease-fire observers
The big march outside the backyard
Bread Loaf's creative community lends new vigor to rural teachers
The President, the summit, and antisatellite weapons
Herbs, gifts, floppy disks. Entrepreneur combines culinary art and computer skills
An Olson farms again
ASAT and Geneva
US considering military aid to Kampuchea fighters
Use begins to shift from farmland to cities
Frog and buttercup
High-tech puts new chirp in Dixie mills
Chronicling the Age of Aquarius survivors. Ann Beattie discusses latest novel, a satire of hippies-cum-Yuppies
Despite good rates news, TV uneasy about trend toward short ads
With 1,000 teacher jobs to fill, Houston looks in nontraditional places
Long-lost `Romeo and Juliet' again graces London stage
Isn't it time to start letting art grow up?
Finding a treasure
US textile firms insist they have a future
The fare in restaurant stocks is a bit short on the A-1 just now
Abby's dear letters
Determined Slaney sets world record in mile; football coverup?
Teacher shortage erodes US hope for education reform
Albania expected to resume secret talks with Britain. Negotiations over seized gold and mining of British ships may result in easing of Stalinist na...
Philippine opposition beset by division
Driving across Africa calls for more than just a do-it-yourself repair manual . . . . Having someone watch out for lions can be a help, too
Patient building vs. the profit-NOW drive: Japan comes out ahead