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Monitor Archive for July 19, 1984

News In Brief
News In Brief
The Panhandle
It's an uphill race
News In Brief
Beleaguered Massachusetts GOP sees glimmers of hope at last
The growing market clout of the older generation
Apollo 11 milepost: looking back at that first giant step onto the moon
How Jackson speech played in US cities
British strikes pit Thatcher's capitalism vs. socialism
Correction for July 18, 1984
Jesse's '84 apex
Exit polls: less of an issue in US elections than public apathy
Behind-the-scenes dialogue: US and Soviets state their cases
Dark drama fills Boston stages; aboriginal art; light Moody Blues;
'In Plain Sight': a photo historian takes his turn behind the camera; In Plain Sight, by Beaumont Newhall. Layton, Utah: Peregrine Smith Books. Fore...
Marcos turns attention and guns on communists
I don't need you anymore
Ingenious fantasies for the imaginative
Hispanics' demand: scuttle immigration bill
News In Brief
Democrats sound themes of fall campaign
Caribbean leaders seek to regain Reagan's attention
Why bother?
New turbo and marketing emphasis make for a happy SAAB story
Congressional hopefuls grasp for Mondale-Ferraro coattails
France opts for youth and pragmatism
Business highlights
El Salvador President Duarte's trip to Europe - breaking the ice
Dark drama fills Boston stages; aboriginal art; light Moody Blues; Aboriginal art
How Jackson speech played in US cities
US travel industry is sailing along smartly this summer
'Pragmatic' Daniel Ortega to be Sandinista candidate
For author Irving Stone, writing may be agony but the reward is ecstasy
Mitterrand, France, and Europe
News In Brief
News In Brief
How Jackson speech played in US cities
News In Brief
News In Brief
Flea market tales
US senators look beyond hot line to 'crisis centers'
News In Brief
In crowded Gloucester Harbor, condos, trawlers vie for dockside
Organization helps make the most of your summertime garage sale
Safety on the highways
113th British Open returns home to golf links with a past
Jesse Jackson's speech: a ringing finale to a historic bid for America's highest office
How Jackson speech played in US cities
Modernizing the hot line
Dark drama fills Boston stages; aboriginal art; light Moody Blues; Moody Blues
The competence of candidates
New England plugs into Canadian energy
Tax equity for Bay State deserves more than pre-election politics. There's little doubt that architects of the tax-cut measure had an eye on the cal...
How Jackson speech played in US cities
News In Brief