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Monitor Archive for October 18, 1982
Local, festive flavor is what makes World Series a slice of Americana
Faster licensing, less safety at N-plants?
Power struggle splits Japan's ruling party
Charles Manatt on voting trends
Argentines shift from self-delusion to self-examination
Big art auction firms look to pickup
Films portray artists' backgrounds
Business survivors will be 'lean, mean' after the crunch
Great artists as teachers, not just artists
Latest weekly money data
My Friend the Piano
A second stone age?
'Operation Swordfish' stings 67 drug violators
An ancient art with modern uses; Storytelling, where the stage is your imagination
As boom times fade, Europe struggles to absorb 9 million immigrants
Soviets: Reagan's grain offer is a political tactic
Below the surface: nature as it comes
To Russia with grain
The new oil crunch
Inflayshun: What It Is And What To Do About It
Boy in the woods
Show-biz gets the business from Eliot Feld
Jimmy Carter speaks out
Showdown in the UN over Israel
Black-white race could make history in Mississippi
GOP grip slips in key '82 races
Music education goal: all as listeners, some performers
Only for me
Love song for October
Falklands II? Guyana eyed by Venezuela
US won't talk to PLO official in Arab League
Cardinals, Brewers not as dissimilar as some had thought
Why Reagan is still riding high
Philippines ravaged by worst typhoon this year
Can 11 million jobless + decaying roads, bridges = job opportunities?
US to allies: clarify strategy toward Soviets
Will US space effort soon march to a military beat?
Chinese Air Force pilot defects to S. Korea
Oilers and Watt mix but split on politics
Druze-Christian clashes test Gemayel government
For Egypt's Mubarak, political stability comes before economy
Market-watchers see run-up as 'late spring'
Economist Weidenbaum grades his former chief
When a child asks: 'Can I help?'
The raised consciousness of the middle class