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Monitor Archive for November 8, 1984

The litigation explosion: how courts can relieve overloaded dockets
News In Brief
Europe welcomes continuity of Reagan second term
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; PACIFIC STATES
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; MOUNTAIN WEST
News In Brief
Daring young pianist; 'Talking With'; exultant 'Missa Gaia'; Folk tales of odd women?
Gain of two US House seats falls short of N.E. GOP expectations
Delta Devils go with no huddles; Georgia's placekicking Butler
Zeffirelli opera on TV
Airlift to Ethiopia: a view from the cockpit
Mr. Andreae's holiday
Chile's Pinochet imposes state of siege after weeks of violence
As election dust settles, tests of policy return to center stage; THE CONGRESS
News In Brief
To ease world hunger: private giving is coming through
Vote sweep for Reagan with limits
An upscale Pontiac aimed at the up-and-coming 'baby boomers'
Soviet parade lineup confirms Gorbachev is No. 2
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; SOUTH
Yes, Gentle Reader, Miss Manners is at it again
Voter mix is key to Reagan win
Bilingual classes help young refugees adjust
Daring young pianist; 'Talking With'; exultant 'Missa Gaia'; Symphony Howl
Don't pity the poor Democrats; they'll survive
Slap
Supporting fairs
News In Brief
Workers didn't wear a union label at polls
...and Olympics
Nicaraguan opposition thinks powerful Ortegas may edge closer to political pact
News In Brief
Sudden dismissal!
Reagan's reward
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; NEW ENGLAND
Becalmed
Parliament opens to fairy tale glitter and 20th-century economic challenges
News In Brief
Advocate of US aid says gain is mutual
Israel expects more assertive US role in Mideast
Daring young pianist; 'Talking With'; exultant 'Missa Gaia'
Republicans had edge in 1984's scattering of gubernatorial races
Sounding out the universe: How big, how old?
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; MIDWEST
As election dust settles, tests of policy return to center stage; DEFENSE DIPLOMACY
Drawing new Boston districts probably not a job for City Council
News In Brief
A film that brings excesses of political power into sharp focus
Kremlin faces a second Reagan term
News In Brief
News In Brief
How to cut the deficit
News In Brief
Fishing for stray satellites: insurers agog
News In Brief
Democrats gain in Senate, Republicans gain in House; NORTHEAST
News In Brief
As election dust settles, tests of policy return to center stage; THE ECONOMY
Profound, perplexing Sankai Juku
Central America has mixed feelings about Reagan
Veterans remember 'the last good war'; The Good War, by Studs Terkel. New York: Pantheon. 589 pp. $19.95
Southeast Asians in Boston make adjustment with a little help