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Monitor Archive for October 18, 1984

News In Brief
Australia still plans to let in foreign banks
Britain's Labour Party looks for leg to stand on
US officials search for practical ways to combat terrorism
Space endurance: Soviets best US
He drew as freely as we sign our names
Object lesson from the State House: how to squander a tax windfall
Stephen Hess puts spotlight on federal information mill
Africa in the US presidential race
Controversial finish to Texas-Oklahoma a focal point of season
Political bandwagons get new instruments - computers
Prsenting Israel's case on Capitol Hill
As China-Soviet talks resume, little hope for major thaw
Independent films, bold and stylish, are at the crest of American cinema
'Surely the Finance Committee should be dealing with this'
Rescuing business prose from jargon and longwindedness
News In Brief
News In Brief

Ubiquitous phone
'Thou shalt not commit adultery'
A vivid portrait of Nixon since Watergate; Exile: The Unquiet Oblivion of Richard M. Nixon, by Robert Sam Anson. New York: Simon & Schuster. 360 pp....
The private enterprise revival
US aims abroad
Moscow's media message
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
3rd-quarter GNP: slower not necessarily better
Mozambique: military weakness led to cease-fire with S. Africa
News In Brief
Salvador rebel: we want peace but will fight on
Gunmen are back on the streets of Beirut
News In Brief
The appeal of Israel to the Jewish people
Brockton city councilor leads bid to set up a lottery in the shoe city
What's really needed in family theater; tale of two orchestras
Soviet Union injects itself into American election campaign
Spreading coal strike turns up heat on Thatcher
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
Debates, elections - and clam dip
Cleveland Orchestra and BSO
Silence is golden, but will it glitter in court?
Two poets
Yale and New Haven: an awkward couple
Vacant lot with pokeweed