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Monitor Archive for April 24, 1984

That's right, it rhymes with bong
Home schooling - is it superior now to public-school instruction?; No, children need a broader perspective
S. Africa succeeds in creating chaos in key black movement
News In Brief
For Texas banks, once-lucrative energy loans pose problems
For bug control: organic alternatives to toxic chemicals
States seek to limit building materials that give off toxic fumes
News In Brief
US, Soviet naval growth geared to projecting power
Vermonters may not know it, but their caucuses are tonight
British concessions on Hong Kong worry business
A minor classic by Mamet tours
Elements of the Reagan clout
News In Brief
After 350 years, Oberammergau drama still stirs passions.
News In Brief
Democracy stirs in Brazil and Chile
Contract time: inflation's stake
'The loose-leaf library'
Britain seeks to curb abuse of 'diplomatic bag' around world
The role of secretary: a career with a new future
The winding down of the singles scene: an NBC report
News In Brief
Competition comments
Home schooling - is it superior now to public-school instruction?; Yes, schools have turned too mediocre
West Germany's peace movement begins to unravel
Ronald Reagan goes to China
Go West, young man: West Germany, that is
After work
Bard in the '80's
News In Brief
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French farce with a core of real feeling
With Goose in Padre 'pen, San Diego is on the go
News In Brief
US tackles high-tech firms' illegal aliens
In troubled farm belt, much hope rides on a bumper crop in '84
News In Brief
God guides our careers
With 'pillow' culture, top-quality tomato harvest is in the bag
Steelworkers' new leader faces disunity, fewer jobs
New books probe Mrs. Mao's influence and the Cultural Revolution; The White-Boned Demon: A Biography of Madame Mao Zedong, by Ross Terrill. New York...
News In Brief
Immunity's limits
Grown-up art in children's books
'Biomining': metal-munching microbes may help recover mineral ore
News In Brief
Brazil holds breath as Congress weighs return to full democracy