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Monitor Archive for August 8, 1985
The unfinished task
Student loan defaulters and the IRS
Evolution of a war novelist. Vivid documentary on James Jones, author of `From Here to Eternity'
From the rubble of a Kenyan quarry comes a lush, green park. Swiss agronomist has spent 25 years making barren limestone bloom
Worth Noting on TV
Pope aims to reconcile differing beliefs
London's nerve center for cargo shipping
A true heir to a modernist tradition
US weighing N. Korean initiative to ease tension
The arguments -- and emotions -- over the ethics of imperialism
The heavy costs of too-cheap oil
Western Union strikers ordered back to work as negotiators agree on contract favorable to company
Couples welcome overseas children
Steelmaker rewards cost-cutting colleges
Industry fights EC plan to slow chemical sales to third world
Head Start has less money for children because of staff pay issue. Unemployment costs eat into education program
Canada may cut cost of travel in populous areas, not boondocks
Baseball: back to the diamond
History will do justice
Transfer of power in Guyana could improve ties with US. Prime Minister Hoyte is interim leader until 1986 elections
ROYAL FAMILY/A supersonic celebration for Britain's `Queen Mum'
Regional opera at its best at the Lake George Festival
Moving testament to the power of art. Inspired `Tosca's Kiss' documents lives of retired opera luminaries
PGA Championship offers last chance to win a major title in '85
NETWORK EXECUIVES TALK ABOUT THE `OP-ED' ISSUE. Do we need an on-air version of `letters to the editor'? Perspectives on public access from Koppel a...
The manly sport of bird watching
African storyteller weaves her tribal tales before young American audiences
Lawyer ads: let the client beware!
Guatemala moves toward civilian rule. Economic woes are one reason military rulers are ready to yield power
A finely honed engine -- for a price
Diplomats under fire
Australia, New Zealand in sticky cake issue