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Monitor Archive for September 20, 1984

US prepares new concessions, new initiatives on arms. ABM debate revived as both sides seem poised to break treaty
Rethink A-control
Needed: Bay State political debates more in style of Lincoln-Douglas
For black miners in S. Africa, negotiations yield both gains, grief
Reagan acts to aid steel, farms.
A history of how the personal computer came to be; Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer, by Paul Freiberger and Michael Swaine. B...
'Amadeus' - glimpses of the sublime amid the scurrilous.
Frozen music
Lower East Side: cultural stew in N.Y. melting pot
Anatomy class
Richardson loss to Shamie in Bay State may open new GOP era
Reagan acts to aid steel, farms.
Spiritual values, not 'religious' rhetoric, should guide voters
Not a chance
'Crucible': a message of conscience
News In Brief
News In Brief
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Women making presence felt in burgeoning world of triathlons
News In Brief
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UN takes center stage - briefly
Balance on steel
Children without dads
News In Brief
Challenge to US Vatican envoy moves church-state issue to court
In second term, Dukakis keeps style plain, simple.
Election '84: Midwest battleground
Boston mayor urges US cities to divest South African investments
Jews, Arabs wait for West Bank policy
Modern-day Norse saga tells of ancient skills and history
Film: from Ginger to Jolson
NATO tests weapons systems that bolster conventional defense
A war between the states: home-grown US trade barriers costly
The case of the Russian 'defector'
News In Brief
News In Brief
Night flight
Keeping the arioso touch
Delicate art of bronzed twigs
Uganda can't seem to crush guerrilla leader Museveni
Moving on to a new job also means leaving the old one gracefully
'Bill Cosby Show' - earmarks of an endearing hit
Ontario hums again as the engine in Canada's industrial output.
No need for federal product-liability law
In Florida, Mickey Mouse is a tourist-industry tycoon
News In Brief
Another economic conservative win
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Snipping the red tape that keeps private enterprise earthbound
Folkie Gordon Bok; 'Crucible'; James Hendricks's bronzed twigs
US prepares new concessions, new initiatives on arms.
Massachusetts moving toward first statewide 'happy hour' ban.
Performance and power in the Pontiac 6000 STE and the Buick Skyhawk