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Monitor Archive for January 31, 1985
Big corporate decisions for Alaska's Natives
US trade deficit sets record in '84
Denver's new antismog program works well enough to try again
Budget cutters may snip away at US farm programs
`Sexist' charge strains ties between AFL-CIO, Democratic Party
Arts champion Sidney Yates duels budget cutters for endowment dollars
News In Brief
Two new histories trace art's stepsister: illustration
Water where there should be ice. New data on high clouds forces scientists to rethink `greenhouse effect'
Contractors and the theory of relativity
US economy: sharpening its competitive edge
Mrs. Thatcher wins
Sex discrimination and the jobs marketplace
The long twist
Canada's Ma Bell, unlike AT&T, is expanding and diversifying
High-tech stock group enjoying some fresh favor with analysts
Home computer market is shaky at the low end but vigorous higher up
IBM PCs squeeze `compatible' competitors
Beef Stroganoff: an old-time favorite too good to be forgotten
Liv Ullmann -- an actress listens to her conscience
GM's new C-body cars: luxurious in ride, equipment, and price
The independent film scene is showing new signs of life
A tight little miniseries on British espionage
Is there joy in temperate living?
`Monday After Miracle'; Russell Sherman; `Misalliance'; `Capuletti'
Dukakis tax cut could backfire on the governor in 1986 campaign
Mainers battle over a `wild' river. Paper firm's hydropower dam on Penobscot would replace rapids with lake
Hub property owners apparently getting fair shake in revaluation
Tourists bemoan wave of robberies on Rio's beaches and streets
Polish trial highlights battle between Army and secret police
Stumbling blocks to making long-range foreign policy in the US
Spain edges toward rehabilitating officers who pushed for democracy
Oil firms don't dig the dry holes in China
What OPEC oil price cut means. Western nations may benefit in long term; third world may lose out
Doug Flutie heads for New Jersey and USFL spotlight
Double winner Lanny Wadkins dominates early 1985 golf action
`You are a djigit!'
Two lifetimes in Scouting.
The Boy Scouts today. Still going strong after 75 years
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