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Monitor Archive for November 29, 1983

Nicaraguan 'democracy' - the people query their leaders
Making Boston a better place for blacks
It's time to beef up support for space science at US universities
West Germans unfazed by their first 'astronaut'
California governor is stubborn or resolute, depending on viewer
Preserving our neighborhoods
Coppicing: the art of getting more tree per trunk
'Microscience' - a minute field that's making a big splash
News In Brief
Joffrey's latest: all dazzle and no meaning
A tiny town's dilemma: stay together, or flee nation's worst underground fire?
News In Brief
News In Brief
Indira Gandhi's troublesome ties with Soviet Union
Hopes for space cooperation rise - along with shuttle
A new breed of 'muscle cars' from Ford
What happens when you try to identify a mysterious object in the sky
Some yule retail twists around the country
Franklin invented it, Mozart wrote for it: the 'armonica' returns
When our mothers sang to us
Prospects rise for Soviet show at Olympics
Macy's new 'Miracle on 34th Street'
News In Brief
India's former Portuguese colony appears nonplussed by Commonwealth meeting
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A trim tale of blossoming out of cloistered academic life; Wise Virgin, by A. N. Wilson. New York: Viking Press. 186 pp. $13.95.
Arms impasse signals flawed talks structure
Baden Baden: a place to embrace the charms of a German winter
Rooting geraniums; energy-saving benefits of windbreaks
News In Brief
Single issue dominates Japan's election: political morality
Gardening gifts to please any 'green thumber'
Freedom to act
US mending Mideast fences

News In Brief
A Baltimore jewel
News In Brief
I knew what to look for
News In Brief
News In Brief
'Fortress America,' revisited
Acid rain and the public
News In Brief
A pilgrimage to the place that inspired the Romantics
Central America
Mugabe has influence in Africa but is he in charge in Zimbabwe?
Hockey's Boston Bruins glide into 60th year with the winning habit
Washington Opera Society's 'Cosi' is more than just Mozart