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Monitor Archive for November 21, 1984

Rebels exploit local resentment in invasion of Zaire's copper area
Century Farms. A nation's agricultural legacy
In 'Consultation'
Philadelphia show picks best 'best friend'
The superpowers of chess begin 26th Olympiad in Thessaloniki
News In Brief
Benefits: balancing needs and costs
Seattle-Denver in key matchup as NFL season enters home stretch
News In Brief
Century Farms; The Tanner Farm, Warren, Connecticut
Creative sandwich ideas for perking up those turkey leftovers
News In Brief
News In Brief
Caring and thanks
The generals battle it out - in court
News In Brief
News In Brief
Ring up your broker for a piece of Ma Bull?
Alternative time
News In Brief
Moscow's meat stores aren't for the faint-hearted
Thanksgiving Day, 1850
And once there was jubilation
Mitterrand heads for Syria to pressure Assad on PLO, Lebanon

Thanksgiving fare: pumpkin pie and - Japanese sushi?
News In Brief
Century Farms; The Tuttle farm, Dover, New Hampshire
Cuban emigres quickly adapt to US
Recycling expert dreams of renewed cities
News In Brief
'Tis the safety season for parents picking tots' toys from a new lineup of products
Thanksgiving: 'tribute of joy and gratitude'
Bonn tries to patch up ties with Poland, but a few political stitches get in the way
Moves to tax land and structures separately gain momentum
News In Brief
A shortsighted analysis of paradoxical Thomas More; Thomas More, by Richard Marius. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 562 pp. $22.95.
News In Brief
In USSR, more meat is not enough
News In Brief
The yellow house
Voices of hope: the Lyric Opera of Chicago under Ardis Krainik
Century Farms; The Appleton farm, Ipswich, Massachusetts
ITALIA; New look at fascist period: an economic flourish
News In Brief
News In Brief
However taxes may shift in '85, first mind what you need do for the '84 change
US economic growth rate drops abruptly
A 'values intensive' view of history; America Born & Reborn, by Harvey Wasserman. New York: Collier Books. 304 pp.
Marx and capitalism cannot be mixed, say some Chinese
In Florence
No ordinary handshake
A top Sandinista comandante says Nicaragua cannot turn into 'another Cuba'
German financial scandal brings call for 'glass pockets'
Getting the House in order: changes in rules proposed