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Monitor Archive for September 26, 1984

News In Brief
Bulgaria keeps its rebuttal low-key
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Campaign's decisive dozen.
Cinderella Cubs
City Opera: 'Rake's Progress' a leap forward; 'Carmen' falters
Social security system may build a surplus in 20 years
New contracts may hint at labor's future
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Guardian Angels run into 'turf' problems in Boston, other cities
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He's a diplomatic phenomenon - dour but durable
Gas deregulation debate and grizzlies have a connection - barely
States dispute federal plan to protect workers from chemicals
World Bank officials seek to balance the ledger on current criticism
Reagan urges free enterprise to IMF nations
News In Brief
The Syrian connection
October Skychart
Timesavers: slow or skillet cooking
China's new tourists - from Japan
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Tigers roll into playoffs after super season
Dealing with resentments that underlie Mideast terrorism
Thwarting terrorism
'I count our strength'
Vittorio Gassman: master of the great game called theater
Report from Afghanistan: the conflict - and civilian toll - worse than ever
FMR for art's sake: a gorgeous, eclectic, extravagant magazine
You call it social climbing, we call it upward mobility
Salvador colonel who mutinied is back in war.
China readies missiles, magpies for 35th anniversary spectacle
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Beyond my powers
Don't leap at alluring financial offers without digging deeper
The color of the sun
A soldier's true tale of amazing grace
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Breaking down barriers
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European nations push their own shuttle programs
The Philippines. Eclectic cuisine combines the flavors of many lands
Bulgaria rebuts charges that it conspired to kill the Pope