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Monitor Archive for October 2, 1984

Listening that heals
Age of new materials: tough composites nudge aside metals
News In Brief
China's National Day: pricey pomp and communist circumstance
News In Brief
'The loose-leaf library'
A plan askew
News In Brief
News In Brief
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Educating new voters
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
Toward an Anglo-Irish peace process
News In Brief
Afghan guerrilla leader holds his own against Soviet offensive
The Gromyko report
Payoffs from payloads: brokers scanning the space frontier
Signs of Brookings's impact: Congressional Budget Office, revamped legislation
Sandinista-opposition accord still possible
Oregon Shakespearean Festival: taming the Bard
Haitian finance officials try to plug nation's leaky ledgers
ASK THE GARDENERS; Q&A.
News In Brief
Claude Pepper blends folksy charm, candor as advocate of elderly
Le Creusot: the industrial town at the heart of France's looming job crisis
The right bus
Landscaping: plant now, reap the benefits when you sell
La petite auberge
West German judge from Hitler era is indicted on charges of judicial murder
News In Brief
MARYLAND
Walter Mondale; A Profile
Busy Kennedy
Stemming high seas arms flow
China marriage, a Harvard debate, and future US prosperity
News In Brief
News In Brief
From left to center; Jockeying for thinkers, funds, and influence, Brookings puts scholarship over partisanship
Counter soil acidity with lime in the fall
'Amadeus' plays with musical genius, and strikes wrong chord
They never leave home
How to pick who 'won' presidential debate
Royals eye upset over Tigers in AL playoff