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Monitor Archive for March 25, 1986
`The loose-leaf library'
Needed: a scientific revolution in thought
Grim but compassionate story of wartime Russia
Davis's World Cup soccer dream dimmed, but not extinguished
Kyoto: fountainhead of Japan's heritage. The emperors are gone, but the majesty remains
Who represents Bhopal victims? India, not a party to the settlement, says it's too small
If you've got room for a fence, you can grow an `orchard'
San Joaquin Valley farmers caught between need to irrigate and plugged drain
Sudan rebels intent on blocking election
Patterns of warmth and color
Credibility of confessed spy key to Whitworth espionage trial
Eudora Welty on recipes
Supreme Court allows states to keep using roadblocks to curb drunk driving
Muni-bond market can rest a bit easier under revised tax plan
Thriftiness and waste
Andy and Sarah: Britain basks in glow of another royal match
Reining in Orlando's runaway growth. After years of aiding development, Florida must manage it
Act on Haiti
Ask the Gardeners. Questions & Answers.
Geraldine Page. A knack for blending pathos and humor, sentiment and strength. She prefers to call herself a `memorable' rather than a `great' actre...
Florida orange growers feel the pressures of change. The Davis family plans to stay
Hope, disillusionment divide Nicaraguans
Sandinista draft constitution debated. Opposition demands safeguards before agreeing to new document
Edwards's retrial comes as Louisiana tries to solve budget woes
The Academy's special honorees. Why Rogers, North, Newman won Oscar's highest praise
Apples and pears by the cordon method
Just something I whipped up