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Monitor Archive for December 24, 1985
Charges fly on arms control
Ronald Reagan's top `star wars' salesman departs: `President has made me obsolete'
Aid to Nicaragua: people to people while governments look on
In the air and on the ground, reports of near collisions are rising. FAA attributes increase to better reporting; others say skies are more crowded...
Despite recent charges, US and USSR try to keep `spirit of Geneva' alive
`Year of the spy' -- more were caught, but security is still lax
News In Brief
The uncertain art of long-range weather forecasting
To measure Mr. Buckley is to measure both language and media
Designing furniture in the fast lane
The world's women count
Halley's comet and peace
Senator Kennedy steps aside
Letters to the Editor. Accuracy in Academia: monitoring the classroom
Reversal of power
Christmas and government
Providing assistance to the 278 million women of Africa
A tale of the two bears -- marketing and sales strategy in Toyland
Carbide wrestles GAF and the industry wonders, `Who's next?'
Back to good ol' days -- 1978 -- when US home mortgages last saw single digits
Ask the Gardeners
If you're curious, over-55 set eats the most ice cream
Home-grown mustard packs a lot more zest. Seeds chosen for zip, productivity are available now to home gardeners
Toysmith out of an old-fashioned mold
Wizard of the keyboard can still bewitch listeners
Korea -- a new slant on the Orient
In the quiet of Christmas
Crowd-pleaser Garc'ia doesn't always tell Peruvians what they want to hear
After months of restoration, Big Ben is unwrapped just in time for the holidays
Nigerian coup plot reflects impatience with new leader. Four-month-old regime has yet to keep promise on ailing economy
Central America's swing toward democracy: analysts doubt it will last
Stakes are high for Peru's popular, swift-acting leader. Failure of reforms could bring violent reaction from left and right
Visit fails to ease Hong Kong concerns about its future
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Minority students stage Peking's first antinuclear demonstration
I almost didn't send it
A box of keepsakes Note with the gift of a jewelry box
Selma Lagerl"of talks of Aline's gifts
The Holy Land: `1860s' `1980s' Jerusalem has beckoned photographers for nearly a century and a half. Their pictures record both the changing, and ch...
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