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Monitor Archive for September 30, 1985
Supreme Court to `get down to business'
New round of urban violence hits Britain
Gorbachev seen to be more hard-nosed than his predecessors
Hussein's peace plan hinges on sale of US weapons to Jordan. Congressional battle brews over plan to sell arms array
Destroying drug crops
Into an imaginary attic and beyond
US to look at Japanese arms. Japan readying first export of arms technology to US
European festival splices diplomacy, fine films
Make your meals `sing' with cheese, beef and -- Mr. Potatohead?
Step into fall with autumn crafts projects
Military historian discusses his new series on modern warfare
After four years of acrimony, Greece tones down anti-US rhetoric
Mr. Bennett and bilingual ed
The urban village
Racketeering Act turns on corporations
Radical ministers make waves over joblessness in Pittsburgh
Promoting tourism in Iran is not one of the Ayatollah's priorities
Letters to the Editor. Mexico and immigration reform
Torvill & Dean now thrilling audiences on world ice dancing tour. Former Olympic and world champions from Britain emphasize artistic side of skating...
Right teacher, wrong subject. Report says unqualified instruction widespread
Right motives--right decisions
October Sky Chart
Cliveden -- from Astor home to hotel
Incisive Nicaraguan history says Sandinistas aren't what they claim
`Megatrends' sequel: brainpower will displace brawn even more
New `ad'-hesives for postage stamps
The American idea of nation. Diverse public coalesced around values -- individualism, freedom, equality, private property, democracy
Professors back in charge at W. German universities
Currency intervention: economic jury on the US dollar is still out'
The New City