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Articles from Americas (English Edition) (July 1, 2004)

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A bold brush beyond battles: as part of the World War II Art Unit in Latin America, Frank Mechau captured unusual aspects of the conflict, yet his true passion was rooted in the spirit of the West. Bach, Caleb 3574
A damper on quakes. Hardman, Chris 597
Alicia Alonso: legend of spirit and style: Cuba's prima ballerina has enthralled audiences worldwide while shaping a new, distinct generation of classical dancers. Durbin, Paula 2654
Assembly elects secretary general. Perales, Jaime Brief Article 120
Athlete of courage. Perales, Jaime 359
Bright tower of faith. Ceasar, Mike 575
Citizens map a mega city: as Sao Paulo celebrates its 450th anniversary, public leaders and residents unite to develop a comprehensive plan for this fragmented, vibrant metropolis. Mamoser, Alan 3722
Codes of mischief and morality: for decades, cartoonist Hermenegildo Sabat has depicted Argentina's turbulent political life in biting and humorous drawings. Footer, Kevin Carrel 1756
Contemporary tracks, traditional tunes. Holston, Mark Sound Recording Review 1580
From the editor. Kiernan, James Patrick Editorial 464
Mesa Verde trial by fire: although large parts of this national park have burned in recent years, its stunning cliff dwellings and artifacts have survived, thanks to expert management. Wyels, Joyce Gregory 2897
Neruda: for the love of women. Magnet, Odette 986
Photos as agents of change. Alcan, Bruce H. Letter to the Editor 214
Regal return of an Aztec ruler. Tennant, Anne 1318
Revealing photography. Callis, Claire Letter to the Editor 119
Small river valleys step ahead of nature. Savova, Nadezhda 1263
The science of Chilean wine. Holston, Mark 701
Traveling through Peru's heritage. Garrido, Ilse Book Review 625
Women out of the ordinary. Mujica, Barbara Book Review 1658

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