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Monitor Archive for October 23, 1984

Any time is new-model time, as auto industry continues its roll
Why doors are still open at Bell Labs; Three Degrees Above Zero: Bell Labs in the Information Age, by Jeremy Bernstein. New York: Charles Scribner's...
On Nov. 6 the US economy will be sunny, but can President Reagan take the credit?
News In Brief
Soviets step up war against reporters in Afghanistan
Debates gave voters information, insight about candidates
Election '84: the shifting South
The man leading Sicily's fight against the Mafia
Syria, afraid of being left out of Mideast peace process, keeps PLO under thumb
Anti-analytic reflection
New law promises Israel the aid to repay US loans
Kansas City forum
'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' ... restored
News In Brief
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Sweet's 'Porch' is a domestic tale that sways with human feeling; Porch
Search for freedom
Prices up? Hard to tell with changes in standard equipment
Boxed in
Daffodils are heading south
French Basques are proud of beret, not Basque terrorism in Spain
Polish priest's abduction: signal that political climate worsening?
Another McEnroe to watch; Giant travel costs; baseball rookies
Science museums to the rescue: ingenious plans to bridge the science teaching gap
News In Brief
US military strength
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Technology and diplomacy
Peace - how sweet it is
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From unremembered times
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Reagan lead in polls stays steady
Experts doubt debate will lift Mondale
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Gardening to win ... starts with informal contest - 'first ripe tomato on the block'
The Philippines heads into a storm
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Platinum images
Age and the American presidency
Naming things
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