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Monitor Archive for January 5, 1984

Soviets call for quiet classroom revolution
News In Brief
A tale of two companies
Taking the doodle to heart
What Boston can expect from Mayor Flynn's emerging administration
Florida chill puts freeze on migrant jobs
'First Night' can be first-rate - or a flop; Tom Rush sings with friends
A state in the middle
Budget brings truce to Chicago power war
Goodman release whirls Jackson into political limelight
Hunger in US: as soup lines lengthen, debate intensifies on how to shorten them
Keeping an eye on Big Brother to preserve freedom of speech
Plenty more
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
The French brace for Mideast conflicts played out in France
US space consensus
News In Brief
Nigeria coup sets oil market trembling; prices may fall
Poland faces another bleak year despite some economic gains
News In Brief
But, will they talk?
White House soothes Lebanon critics
America's building-block industry
Lebanese economy: costs of war
There is color, there is song
Just call me a free-style draftsman
UN's regulatory riptide poses threat to international trade
MOVIE GUIDE
Intrusion by tape recorder
News In Brief
Justice Florence Murray chose the low-key road to success
Reagan's timing
'First Night' can be first-rate - or a flop; Tom Rush sings with friends; Tom Rush at Symphony Hall
News In Brief
Redskins, Raiders expected to gain passage to Super Bowl XVIII
News In Brief
News In Brief
A 'family gathering' for Alvin Ailey's 25th
The pen is not only mightier - it's also simpler, more gracious
Why Father Poncel joined El Salvador's guerrilla movement
'Silkwood': good intentions are fogged in by ambiguity
Air traffic controllers still recovering from effects of '81 strike
News In Brief
Visit to an Atlanta soup kitchen: few come who aren't in need of a free meal
A good job interview starts long before you're face to face
East Germany's unique peace movement faces harder times
Vietnam: picture book fails; analysis succeeds