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Monitor Archive for September 3, 1985
Kenyan officials phase out Masai warrior class to promote job training
As days grow cooler, consider snuggling up to a Siberian stove
US drug agents stand firm against personal threats by traffickers. Support from American public and teamwork abroad bolster agents
Alessandra Ferri:ciao, London, hi, New York!
James Baker's influence
Peru takes step toward reducing drug flow to US
Soundtakes/ SHOW TUNES
Tanzanian President's hand-picked candidate is cut out of the same mold
Shuttle crew again proves value of man's hand in orbit. NASA's ability to repair satellites in orbit is crucial to commercial success
Reagan `rarin' to go'. President eager to tackle Congress on budget, trade protection, tax reform, and S. Africa
Hanoi MIA talks were `productive'
Waking from dreams
Aiding debtor nations
Satire? You bet
Twain's house: grandeur with a twinkle
Coolidge's favorite corner of the world
Thatcher shuffles Cabinet in bid to boost fortunes. Shakeup seen as preparation for Britain's next general election
Ask the Gardeners
In runup to elections, Argentine leader stands tough on inflation
Going Back to School. Mixed view from the front of the classroom. With major reforms still to come, spotlight of attention has already boosted teach...
News In Brief
Brazil's new finance minister must tackle troubled economy
Christianity spreads across Africa. `Spiritual hunger' leads to 6,000 conversions a day
New Orleans braced for Elena by learning its lessons from Betsy
The great public TV swap: A funding solution or a scam?
New Zealand seething over French handling of Greenpeace affair
Gannett shadow stretches over media business with Evening News
Court decision clears way for acquittal of Philippine general
September generates a fresh look at Wall Street's rumor mill
A wacko comedy that harks back to Jerry Lewis
Ring Lardner on being sold to the White Sox
A letter to parents
Photographer comes to the rescue of heirloom potato onion
Academics against academia: concern over `industry' of criticism
Cruising the high seas Soviet-style: hardly a proletarian experience
US military's quest for `now you see it, now you don't' aircraft. Rounded shapes and new materials help cloak jets
`Great hands,' I say to the mother seated next to me
US strategic thinkers debate pros and cons of using `proxy states'