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Monitor Archive for August 24, 1984

GOP momentum mounts in Dallas
News In Brief
Ride & Tie racing, a sports mix for the strong of foot and hoof
Kemp leaves Dallas amid speculation about his plans for '88
News In Brief
Many foreign investors looking to Tokyo stocks for rising sums
Are the conservatives right?

Staging and upstaging at the Dallas convention
Clogging: kickin' up its heels all over the country
Translating the current push for educational reforms into academic excellence
News In Brief
Colombia-guerrilla truce: a model for Central America?
Voters turned out, but not turned off
Toxic waste: let's dump testiness and make some basic changes
News In Brief
Our prisons: What is their mission? Outgoing Michigan corrections director sees public protection as the goal, fairness as the means
The land serene
Billy Graham invited to make preaching tour in USSR
News In Brief
Books that prod the schools - a reading list
Taking aim at the deficit
President Reagan's call for a free Eastern Europe: a play for votes?
News In Brief

New software puts the small in touch with the big in computer world
News In Brief
An overview of eight states where reforms are becoming realities
Challenge in Morocco
News In Brief
Low turnout of Colored voters suggests S. African 'reform' may be backfiring
On a clear day you can perceive forever
A sculptor in the Deep South
Voters turned out, but not turned off
Voters tuned out, but not turned off
The white porch
A spiritual destiny?
Voters turned out, but not turned off
News In Brief
Voters tuned out, but not turned off
In 'The Golem,' the monster runs amok, the production dawdles; The Golem Play by H. Leivick. Translated from the Yiddish by J. C. Augenlight. Direct...
Voters tuned out, but not turned off
News In Brief
In the midst of reform: the perspective of a leading urban educator
Voters tuned out, but not turned off
News In Brief
Getting beyond the headlines: 'NewsHour' leads the way

After Dallas
Voters turned out, but not turned off
GOP looks south and invites Democrats to switch sides

Moped regulations stall on Block Island, R.I.
The lessons of the wilds - from a biologist's point of view; In a Patch of Fireweed: A Biologist's Life in the Field, by Bernd Heinrich. Cambridge,...
News In Brief
US high school students speak out
But what if they had had a computer?
Perry Johnson on rehabilitation (excerpts from a 1979 speech)
Real estate transactions - experts debate the question of who represents whom
News In Brief
Suffragists' march
China's designs are rattling the economy of Hong Kong
A convincing, urgent plea for excellence in teaching the humanities; Against Mediocrity: The Humanities in America's High Schools, edited by Chester...
Canadian campaign shifts focus from images to issues
A love of old things leads couple into a new vocation