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Monitor Archive for September 5, 1985

After brief decline, political violence in Guatemala is on the rise
Post cards from the Ohio River Valley. Once the route west for American pioneers, this is now a quiet, homey region
Congress searches for policy to deal with illegals who head for jobs in `El Norte'
Latest Pontiac Trans Am is a performance car worthy of the name
US-Soviet rhetoric before summit worries West Europeans
Critics doubt latest US version of rocket scientist's wartime role
SOMALIA. Military regime in Mogadishu shows signs of fatigue
The truth about picnics
W. Germany looks to commercial uses for `star wars'
A brimming vessel
Conrail: What should Uncle Sam do with it? Offer stock to the public
Champion 49ers have winning glow as pro football season opens
Sweet heat
Primer treats issues of nuclear defense as if lay people mattered
Israeli currency devaluation wipes out `millionaires'
Working toward the center
Black/white version of `Miss Julie' puts a spin on Strindberg's 1888 drama
Gold in Australia is booming, aided by South African unrest
Giving Poles the opposition's point of view
An embarrassment of spies
Norodom Sihanouk's popularity is his coalition's key weapon against Vietnamese
Canada's Ma Bell holds on to its monopoly
N. Carolina political tide changes. Democrats admit that `Operation Switch,' the Republican effort to convince voters to change their party affiliat...
Far-reaching legacy of Boston school case
South Africa: what might have been, and still can be
Guiding children toward accomplishment -- at their own pace
More than superb -- alive
Classmates who like computers still saddled with `nerd' image
The rise and fall of the Bible in US classrooms. As the outcry grows to `get religion back into the classroom,' the Monitor looks at the historic ro...
Discovery's greater mission
Peace in a tumultuous world
Conrail: What should Uncle Sam do with it? Sell to Norfolk Southern
Reverencing God's name
The price is a bit wild, but it's not a rice
Sighted: The bird lady of Key West