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Monitor Archive for September 24, 1985
Military deterrence and Western security
Time to bring in the bulbs -- next year they'll blossom anew
Expressing the love of God
Churchill's `jaw-jawing' is high on US agenda this week. Briton's dictum that negotiations are better than war strikes home on trade issues as well...
French Canadian media giant takes a giant step into television
Tennis educator Eve Kraft sees second boom in her sport's future
Migrant workers' theater ripens after 20 years.
Basement walls. New system puts them up pronto
End of an era for the West German press
SALMONOMICS. In a clash of cultures, Indians and whites angle for an expensive fish
Wishing OPEC success in holding the line on petroleum prices
On the road with `Iacocca'
Emigr'e Kaletski tells of creative escapes from Soviet repression
Henry Ford on not getting settled
Guess who's coming to the harvest?
Bilingual education: a vital step in mastering English
Reagan's trade offensive
`The loose-leaf library'
Annapolis tries to balance its historic past with economic growth
Burns's sweeping vision illuminates US industrial era
Record water levels in Great Lakes eat away at shorelines
Israel assails British moves in Mideast. Arms sales to Arabs and invitation to PLO draw harsh response
OCT. in the garden. Use those cold frames; protect fruit trees. The Monitor's monthly garden calendar is based on length of growing seasons.
Latest Iraqi attack reportedly knocks Iran's largest oil-export facility out of order
Deng spars with leading critic over Chinese reform program
Response to Mexico's need swift and from the heart
Exploring nature's teeming nursery grounds
King of punk dance has classic backbone
Letters to the Editor. Reagan's legacy
Expelled for independence
French admission sparks questions in Greenpeace case
Mexico turns energies to survivors, rebuilding
Churchill's `jaw-jawing' is high on US agenda this week. Secretary Shultz criticizes `communist colonialism' in United Nations speech
New Zealand wants more answers to French role in bombing of Greenpeace ship [BY]By David Barber, Special to The Christian Science Monitor