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Monitor Archive for April 16, 1985
San Francisco police grapple with inexperience and leadership void
Shuttle's corn experiment tests plants' ability to adapt to low gravity
As landfills overflow, communities turn to garbage burning
Booming Boston is in financial dumps
White House shaves deficit forecast. OMB scans economic horizon and trims '85 shortfall by $8.9 billion
More signs of spring: a bouquet of ambitious first novels
Beware the excessive fear of toxic chemicals
Essays of a naturalist full of wonder, perspective
New Zealand democracy; and other global concerns
Immigration: legal yes, illegal no
How to keep secrets secret
Community service, board membership: what career value?
Massey-Ferguson harvests a modest profit. Big Canadian tractormaker bucks famine times in farm equipment
Ask the gardeners
Taming the wild world of `gypsy' fruits
Step right up . . .Ringling's circus is briefer, still dishes up plenty of fun
Film adaptation of Ibsen's `Wild Duck': a cut-and-paste job
Refuge. Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is only 45 minutes from Manhattan, but oh so far away from it all
`Windows of heaven'
Big gains for Peru's center-left. Social Democrats feel strong after Sunday's vote
Sudan gropes to form transitional government
Canada's John Turner finds out about the political costs of home renovations
Orioles hope Lynn boosts offense; Rivers' leadoff feats recalled
Rudyard Kipling asks for one day in England
Interfering with flowers
Grandfather and butterflies
The just-so story of snow golf
`The loose-leaf library'
The subject was violets
Supercomputers. High-tech's superpowers put reputations on the line in a race to build the world's fastest computers. Japan. Japan narrows gap in cr...
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