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Monitor Archive for September 24, 1984

Strikes and the economy
News In Brief
Reagan rides on an upbeat economy and worker values
US initiative melts 'glacier' in debt talks
Wilkie
Tax law unties some of the knots in employee fringes
Bankers, real estate investors say farm values low but stabilizing
Getting the hang of it
Senators race clock on women's sports law
Let's restore commitment to integrity
A clown who conquers the inanimate
News In Brief
Armenia, the Soviet republic that welcomes foreigners
News In Brief
How long will blue-blooded greenback reign?
US may renew peace efforts in Lebanon
Things that go right
Diplomats, marines: missions & purpose
More leaked against or leaked for?
The rule of law
The many portents of Gromyko visit.
China's press gets high marks for Marx-less US election coverage
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
Drawings that were worth waiting for
Alfonsin's approval of of rights report puts him on thin ice with military
News In Brief
There's more 'super' in your supermarket
News In Brief
Full finish a key to self-correcting swing
Pace of the economy: current letup means running room for '85
News In Brief
Teaching children by the 'actions have consequences' theory
Auto, coal unions find bargaining strength in 'noninflationary' terms
Union asks for lower wages to save jobs
An outspoken journal enters its second century
Economic trends send out puzzling signals for US businesses and consumers
Slow meandering through a small town on the Mississippi
Sizing up '84
News In Brief
Metaphors for getting children off the track and onto the sphere
News In Brief
Royals gel in time to join AL West's down-to-wire baseball race
Matching socks
News In Brief
People say packaging's important
Meet TV's latest child caricature: Matt the nasty of 'It's Your Move'
Israel opens door for way out of Lebanon
The caterpillar and the butterfly - two novels by Philip Larkin
Polish authorities vent discontent over continued US sanctions