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Monitor Archive for June 5, 1985
Jackson still hopes to rescue US hostages in Lebanon
Sorting out Walker spy-case damage
Christian Science lecturers announced
Consumer outlook brightens as interest rates continue to fall. Economy still has room to grow before inflation becomes a worry
Poor get biggest percentage cut, rich get biggest dollar cut under Reagan plan
Pindar, the original Greek poet of praise
Rebecca West's digressions find freedom in framework of history
Making a joyful noise -- the case for music
Protecting a crop of underwater `crackers'
Tiny countries roar
US and Central America -- `truth in advertising'
Ending the conflict-of-interest triangle
US and Vietnam: time for normalization?
That ideal vacation may take some extra planning this year
Americans rank snails low, Mexican and Italian food high
Ballet is alive and kicking up its heels in New York
East-bloc players dominate early jockeying for '87 world match. Cycle begins even as title for 1984 awaits rematch
`Spring always wins'
China and India moving toward center stage in Asian diplomacy
Gandhi indirectly says Pakistan lying about N-weapons. Indian leader urges US to try to stop alleged Pakistani program
Singapore launches two projects in move toward becoming an electronic society
Three '69 Met stars still pitching; Dempsey guards hitting secrets
Just stand over there, madam
When an elegant ambler goes back to the easel
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