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Monitor Archive for October 19, 1982

Iran may pay the US dues withheld from UN agency
Lebanon President makes an emotional UN appeal

Beyond graffiti: subway art blooms in Boston
Aiding Lebanon
Bess Truman, a First Lady
New UN dispute expected over Latin seat on Council
Rookie McGee makes meteoric rise to Series spotlight
Colorful tall ship sails the rolling green sea of a Wisconsin prairie
Accountability is lacking, say Vermonters
Aborigines split on protest tactics
Soviet team to stay on for Peking diplomatic talks
Mystery man of the new-music scene offers. . . works for strings?
Socialist-conservative battle for Paris enters Round Two
More women leap into electoral politics
Under Cairo's calm

Takeover reform: firsthand ideas from a Bendix man
Women bankers see more opportunity, but not all are satisfied
Scrubbing smokestacks may yield new fertilizer
Greek Communists gain in local voting
Britain's first new cheese in 300 years -- cultured for the cultured only
Cornell professor wins 1982 Nobel Physics Prize
Chrysler strike on agenda as union breaks off talks
Traditional ways of helping world's disaster victims called 'all wrong'
Kenya seethes as Tanzania protects coup plotters
Art that looks real can still be good
A UN strategy to slap Israel
Japan restless over economic failures of ruling party
Tokyo subways mirror Japan society
Italy tries to mend relations with Jewish community, PLO
South Africa deciding what to do about its 'nagging conscience'
Youth crime -- violence, tough laws tell only part of story
Canada bullhorns US on acid rain to help save its lakes and forests
Computer codes cut food costs
Will the 'gender gap' be a factor this fall?
Presidential terms and stocks: a bullish theory
Forecast attributed; Correction
Aiding Lebanon and supporting Israel
Are there any questions?
US steel wins import victory, but it may be hollow
Selling Washington apples to China: two-way trade gets down to the core
Light at the end of the pipeline
Court to weigh anti-Castro claims
Olympic medals restored to athletic legend Jim Thorpe
Will water spoil undeveloped Florida Keys?
What the President really said
Shopping under the big top

Testing the Reagan veto -- Democrats lay post-election plans
Delaware: a sliver of a state with GOP stalwarts at stake
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