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Monitor Archive for April 15, 1985
Cambodian resistance leaders lobby in US
Farmers sell their goods direct to eager Chicagoans
Wanted: ideas to help arms talks succeed. Broad negotiations need narrowing, experts say
Lavish praise for today's Horatio Alger successes
Not just one hero, but two, in latest Francis novel
Rich variety of styles and scholarly subjects season Salmagundi magazine
TV documentary focuses on dropout crisis
Art and education
Cordell Hull, father of the income tax
Inventor's `smart' credit card comes of age
VIDEOTEX. Quick data access for laymen, as with this Honeywell unit. French push system with 'elan
Family projects with seeds, sun, soil, and water
Older women -- who cares about the care-givers?
The Whitney's Biennial. Eye-popping but incomplete . . .
Two touching documentaries by Werner Herzog
`Jean Shepherd's America': nostalgia with a wry twist
Ignoring answered prayer?
Black protest swells in South Africa. Police admit errors in government account of last month's shootings
Surprise US shift on economic policy could ease world trade ties
US envoy's Mideast visit may pave way for greater US role in peace process
Taiwan's search for new leader reflects ethnic and generation gap
South African treason trials reflect new government priorities
Relief officials allege torture in south Lebanon jail. Israeli military denies link with jail, saying it is run by Lebanese militia
French youth try to halt racism
Jimmy Connors juggling tennis career, family responsibilities
My best 14 marathons
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