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Monitor Archive for October 20, 1982
PBS magazine may be moneymaker
How would you keep wolf from the door?
Britain's bleak economic scene; But Margaret Thatcher pushes on undaunted
Democracy and detente
A song of dominion
Two sweet treats to make for Halloween
Cable TV gets green light in Britain
Japanese women: how to measure equality
Draft resister sentenced to hospital work and fined
Where PBS funding comes from
The new Medicis; Private-sector group urges fellow capitalists to chip in more money
Stendhal's 'Charterhouse': gorgeous, murky
Onion: the vegetable cooks turn to more than any other
Memories of Beirut massacres are only weapon of survivors
PBS: where pinstriped America goes to polish its image
Draft, no! Volunteers, yes!
Japanese cars are rated worst of all for safety
Speeding noodles to China's tables with US technology
James W. Lewis named as 'lead' in Tylenol case
Great debate: When is a commercial not a commercial?
Thrift industry says it's kept most All-Savers money
Bluestockings or blue collar: who really watches PBS?
Housing starts are on firmer ground
Pumpkin pie with a gingersnap crust
Floating 'think tank' -- 1899 style; Looking Far North: The Harriman Expedition to Alaska, 1899, by William H. Goetzmann and Kay Sloan. New York: Th...
Uncovering Soviet intelligence; KGB, by Brian Freemantle.New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 208 pp. $14.95.
Japan to offer little in trade talks
An unexpected voice
Report says military draft unnecessary through 1987
Bravo for 'Candide' and 'Idomeneo'; To come up with great evenings at the opera, there are no shortcuts
VA/FHA-backed mortgages offer special advantages
Leftist guerrillas disrupt Protestant office in Ulster
Navy plans to base ships in Boston and New York
Interest rates keep inching down
Teach with your life
Commercial-Free TV seen through long-range lens
Laurels and laments for Greece's socialist rule
By the same sun warmed
Simmons, Porter star in St. Louis tale of two World Series catchers
Modern-day 'pen pals' chat via computer
US committed to major role in rebuilding Lebanon
Slippage in factory pay cuts US personal incomes
Letters to congressmen, senators show criticism of Israel easing
Human rights -- Congress carries the ball
Leaving nuclear launch to computers?
Social security: robbing Peter to pay Paul
Reagan pipeline offer puzzles West Germans
Hoosiers likely to stay the course with Republicans
S. African black women taking jobs alongside whites
Who watches PBS
Don't teach rules, teach writing
Latin America and the bomb
Soviet view: US sanctions spur research
'College is fine, but excuse me, there's something on the stove'
Indira: seen from two pespectives; Indira Gandhi: Her Road to Power, by Nayantara Sahgal. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company. 276 pp. $15....
Collecting antique silver to enhance home decor
Israelis stay put southeast of Beirut; peace risk cited
Bankrupt Braniff and PSA agree to form joint airline
Two coins in the fountain: industry, government back acclaimed series
Commercial-free TV seen through long-range lens