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Monitor Archive for May 22, 1984

Mikhail Gorbachev nets No. 2 position in Soviet hierarchy
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Jittery Arab oil states may be opening door to American-Soviet jostling
US welfare policy may shortchange the Treasury and the needy alike
Paper mulching is for the birds
Education for what? Views at two colleges
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As goes New Jersey, so go the Democrats?
Ways to clean up a source of acid rain
Program to help small businesses takes root in Maine
'The loose-leaf library'
New Metrorail puts Miami on a fast track
Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers join ranks of world's terrorists
Salvador's human rights
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Mr. Duarte's prospects
German Social Democrats move back to the middle of the road
Canada recoups
Arthur's endless reign
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Swiss: yes to secret accounts
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Oilers imitate Islanders to begin their own Stanley Cup reign
Soviets to help European scientists make a close encounter with Halley's comet
National Geographic's Traveler: advice for the adventurous
Madam vice-president, 1984?
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Richly detailed biography of movie pioneer D.W. Griffith; D.W. Griffith: An American Life, by Richard Schickel. New York: Simon & Schuster. 672 pp....
Toffler's 'The Third Wave' comes rolling onto TV - but fizzles
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US forces smarter, quicker, more modern since '81
Superpower relations - a higher view
Sir Thomas Malory on Excalibur
Provocative look at a tiny republic's nuclear-defense controversy
Gulf leadership
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'We had to hide to go to school'
Contrasts: a tale of two collections
Duarte's task
Flowers that give off fumes as well as fragrance; half-formed raspberries
Now, a microcomputer you can tote that has plenty of power
Get thee ready, Ophelia, thy Bard's labour may be lost in a new translation
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