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Monitor Archive for August 21, 1985
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TWA unions innovate by backing Icahn takeover bid
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Laxalt decision lifts spirits of Democrats
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Repetition is the spice of life
Books under attack
Repealing the federal building code
Better foreign policy through hindsight
Book of the month
The goal in South Africa
South-South trade: applauding the growing phenomenon
Lower aluminum prices cost Alcan jobs
A role in aiding US with trade gap seen by Asian-Americans
Ways to speed up the mortgage burning
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