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October 1994

CONTENTS:

Cover story: Population: slowing the pace (p. 8)

Minister talks too much (p.14)

US wooing Brazil (p. 17)

Too many women (p. 20)

Bahia’s operation condom (p. 22)

Green card easier to get (p. 24)

Ceramist Zebi (p. 25)

Short story: One by Otto Lara Resende (p. 29)

Chico Buarque at 50 (p. 33)

Elizabeth Bishop’s One Art (p. 38)

Music Column: Brazilian Notas (p. 41)

Travel: Disovering Belém (p. 43)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 14)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 46)

Por aí (p. 47)

Classifieds (p. 49)

U.S.A. Calendar (p. 50)

That’s Brazilian (p. 52)

Bilingual entertainment guide (p. 54)

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