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Monitor Archive for September 14, 1984

Ransom Wilson: dedicated to his art, not to stardom
Canadian lumbering: in east, more than paper profits; in west, losses
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'Sakharov'
Footloose in Europe? Tourist offices can help
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Exploring past ages along the Apache Trail
Majestic stone figures populate a 'world of beauty'
The arms trade no one talks about
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West Coast ports struggle with success
The red bricks of Cambridge and other wordy sights
Moscow senses Reagan tide and reluctantly goes with the flow
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In the Continental Plaza
The timeless gardens of Kyoto -- fall foliage with a Japanese accent
Capitol clash on bill controlling high-tech exports
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140 years of photography portraying the noble dog; The Dog Observed: Photographs, 1844-1983, edited by Ruth Silverman. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 16...
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Mondale needs Midwest's 'big three' but will have to reverse a trend to win them
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Democrats hope voters won't be swayed by House probe of Ferraro finances
Languid, lovable Key West -- a place apart
Running room
Tiger manager dodges playoff talk; sees division dogfight in '85
More and more people are moving into houses hot off the factory assembly line
France: budgeting to modernize
A flash and a bang and a moment of glory; Fireworks, by George Plimpton. New York: Doubleday & Co. 286 pp. $25.
The battle for electoral votes
Rising cost of medical care
Leader of maverick Romania stands firm on West German visit
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Corporate dollars boost architectural preservation
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At last, Israel has a new government to tackle economy
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Record debt has blunted Costa Rican literacy gains
God provides
India's preelection uproar
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The battle for electoral votes
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Alumni, friends come to the rescue of oldest US black university
Orbiting telescope to peer at edge of universe
Sequins don't go bang-bang
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Ocean cruises -- where luxury has meant more business than ever
Bridle gifts
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South Africa bans black protest at least until end of September
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Government divided
Scholars differ on intent of Vatican stand on 'liberation theology'
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Sun, sand, and the kids: family vacations in the US Virgin Islands
By the light of the silvery spoon
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Genocide treaty
US faces a dunning that will weaken dollar, economist says