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Monitor Archive for July 18, 1984

The Royal Opera plays its 'Magic Flute'
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Neighborhoods are top priority for Chicago planner
Rainbow-colored vests among convention delegates attest to blacks' political clout
Angola rebels take guerrilla war to regime's oil lifeline
Safety in the skies, and on the rails
Robots in an auto lab show off the drill that assembly lines will get
Shultz gives New Zealand time to rethink its policy on nuclear ships
News In Brief
Guilty pleas: really a bargain?
The binding process
Will Sandinistas loosen their rule or face more US pressure?
Mondale-Ferraro ticket faces steep climb to election
News In Brief
Strong dollar puts slight crimp in US tourism
Seeking - and finding - the heart of 'Henry V'; Henry V
Beneath convention hurly-burly, quest for unifying campaign call
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Democrats can't wait to get Ferraro onto campaign trail
New tactics in the battle against trash
Our prayers for the world
Curfews for teen-agers gain support as curb on drunk driving
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'Come Back, Little Sheba' comes back ; Come Back, Little Sheba
Israeli opposition hints at new land-for-peace bid
Mets own a mound of pitching talent; Barbaro the batsman
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First President's counsel on leadership
Lincoln began it all for me
Young chef practices nouvelle cuisine - American style
Pork barrel enters Canadian campaign
Letter from Nara
Window shopping for a car loan pays off
Wind message
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Let's develop a consensus on space
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Apple glaze on roast chicken takes top prize
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John Updike's 'Witches of Eastwick': an overbrewed allegory that doesn't gel; The Witches of Eastwick, by John Updike. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 30...
A Montaigne to take to heart; Montaigne: A Biography, by Donald M. Frame. San Francisco: North Point Press. 408 pp.$15 (paperback).
Strawberries: versatile and refreshing
Futurists take a sober look forward and a critical look back