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Monitor Archive for March 28, 1984

Turkey balances its ties to Iran and Iraq by accenting trade
Europe's global role muffled by money dispute within EC
Bulgaria's battle of the videotapes pits entrepreneurs against state
Campaign trails
Organization is key in low-turnout N.Y.
Fresh garden carrots taste the best
Beneath the bluster, a truer view of the Russian people; Russia: Broken Idols, Solemn Dreams, by David Shipler. New York: Times Books. 390 pp. $17.9...
Unsung masters of American art
Kudos in US, cries in France: Mitterrand takes it all in stride
Oatmeal retains its popularity
News In Brief
South Africa's Tutu walks a political tightrope over apartheid
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Free enterprise helps Oregon Indians raise their economic sights
Weinberger in Europe will urge on missiles, assuage allies' fears
Reagan stays above the fray in ethics probes
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Salvador politicians question election, US observers hail it
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Give breakdancing a break
No light, no food, but there's deep-sea life off Florida coast
Keep ads honest
Turkey: a versatile and economical meat year-round
Silence is the spur to geniusfor choreographer Lar Lubovitch
British royal tour irks Israel
Refinancing home can make good sense - and investment dollars
Yankee 'swoppers' trade tuxedos for spaniels and pecans for bamboo
Hart, Mondale exchange salvos on foreign policy
Loaves . . . and fishes, too
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Mass-market methods in selling homes
Anti-communism or anti-Russian?
How our prayers can help world peace
Brzezinski drafts three-stage plan for Mideast negotiations
Few American restaurants fare well in Egon Ronay's new guide
The home computer: toy or tool?
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Maazel knows the score but rarely feels the music
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Electrifying college hockey final; world figure skating surprise
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Commuting by bike gains speed in Boulder, Colo. - and elsewhere
Diplomatic safety
Let them knit
GOP woman VP - maybe in '88
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