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Monitor Archive for March 5, 1986
A rural farm family comes to grips with distant tragedy
US savings bonds hold nest-egg interest. Better yields and state and local tax savings encourage investment
He took a hard-boiled egg to Waterloo
Discovery in the wood lot
Loyalists set to harden opposition to Anglo-Irish pact
`Smart' computers to aid FBI's fight against crime. The FBI plans to team up `artificial intelligence' with its agents in the battle against crime....
Nelson Mandela's quest for rights: a daughter's view
Deng slept here but you'd never know it. More than 20,000 people visited Deng Xiaoping's birthplace last year, but Deng wasn't one of them. In fact,...
Masur and the Gewandhaus on tour
Swedes anxious about identity of Palme's assassin. Concern over social impact if foreigner found to be killer
Two hot young talents blaze at Carnegie
`Sorry luv,' but Britain's new daily sold out just too quickly
Reds sing the blues
Norfolk suit could mark turning point for school desegregation
One man's kitsch
Central Ballet from China
Drug tests and employment
The search for tomorrow's dancers. Choosing the one who has that inner flame?
Lord Fitzclarence asked the cook
Supporting the elderly
Updated apple pie wins bake-off contest
Living the ideal of craftsman-artist. C. R. Ashbee, a leader of the arts and crafts movement
The angel on the farm
Debi Thomas: cool new American ice champ
What Reagan needs: flexible policy, not rigid doctrines
The Rabin bread recipe: find some fieldstones . . .