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Monitor Archive for August 9, 1985
Race for Tip O'Neill's seat is wide open
Bomb at US base points to resurgence of `Euroterrorism'
L. L. Bean comes through
South African violence spreads. Indian-black, black-black rioting hits usually-quiet area
Giving Korean war vets their due
Sports unions hit home runs, so far
Life in Uganda returning to normal after coup
Corporate giant's hot line helps employees solve personal problems
A chat with Joe Dante, cartoonist-turned-filmmaker
I knew we were facing a benefit
Controversy over 'Star Wars', CON
Reagan war on dope: how effective in the long run?
Much of shuttle's mission success depends on behind scenes work
The Geneva summit should avoid Helsinki mistakes
Newport revival strikes a less political note
Some US bank stocks shedding image as risky market investments
Britain finds it's not easy being big guy on the block
`Wandering' in Freiburg and the Black Forest
Gratitude--when in pain?
US reporters find rough going in USSR, despite Helsinki accords
Watts since riots -- action, but little change
The South Pacific. Around the world in 72 days
Evangelizing the public schools. Christian educators discuss ways to boost eroding values
It's 2 a.m. -- where's Tulip?
New Zealand's Fiordland National Park -- a vacationer's paradise
Update/The African famine
Controversy over `Star Wars', PRO
A year after riots, Lawrence, Mass., still copes
Monitor reporter's notes, files, tapes seized by Soviets
On holiday in Quercy, France. A personal tour that explores the richness of this region
Paisley/The popular pattern has traveled from Kashmir, India, to Paisley, Scotland, to Queen Victoria's England, to today's fashion markets
Waves from the past keep museums afloat in Bath, Maine
Cloudy future overshadows shuttle success