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Monitor Archive for October 11, 1984

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Can monetary aid alter African economies?
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A play
Reagan advisers split on Nicaraguan section of Contadora plan
Social security is back in the spotlight, but debaters may have misstated the issue
Alex Rodriguez renews his drive for minority rights in Bay State
Constitutionally guarded speech: not all expression gets this protection
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A delectable new comedy from Scotland
Real Yuppies don't eat meat loaf
Western satellites may bring TV to Chinese villages
McCowen as Kipling: the man, and his words, come alive; Kipling; By Brian Clark, based on the works of Rudyard Kipling. Starring Alec McCowen. Direc...
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The clash of two cultures in prerevolutionary Peking
Germans don't see eye to eye on unity question
British-Irish relations touchy - despite blow to gun-runners
Germany gets foot farther into China door
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Disney, fending off corporate sharks, sees clearer sailing ahead
Concern over tailored genes
Debate slows GOP's House drive
Election '84: the Mountain West
Iowans have clear conservative-liberal choice in US Senate race
An encounter
Master strategists Williams, Anderson in World Series dugouts
Third-world nations start facing up to severe pollution problems
High-tech, other exports may find easier going in US effort to cut red tape
Mayor Flynn battling old Boston problems: high costs, low revenues
Once lauded, now ignored, synfuels will rise again, experts say
Glitzy 'You Never Know'; fall arts preview; Stunning Dame Kiri
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The US public is reasonably content with Reagan's Soviet policy
Veep debate
No substitutes for you
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Mrs. Roosevelt's public mission
Little Chelsea keeps bouncing back from adversity
Glitzy 'You Never Know'; fall arts preview; Stunning Dame Kiri; What's coming up on the art scene
The juggler of Vienna
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Glitzy 'You Never Know'; fall arts preview; Stunning Dame Kiri; Dame Kiri at Symphony Hall
Mitsubishi's sleek new Colts have plenty of get-up-and-go
Controlling nuclear arms includes curbing their spread
Thatcher keeps tight rein on British leadership
Senate conciliator leaves historic post to shape new future
Chelsea's large Hispanic community looks for an open door
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President fights back as the 'age issue' stirs campaign
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First novel of father-son conflict, beautifully told; Say Goodbye to Sam, by Michael J. Arlen. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 231 pp. $12.95.
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The art of conversation
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Candor on social security