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Monitor Archive for October 21, 1982

Don't forget the farmers
Monthly Movie Guide
Culture and the commissars
Briefing from Beirut
Strong script is backbone of Paul Newman film; Playwright David Mamet's impressive jump to the screen
Why Polish workers ignore Solidarity's strike calls
Falling ridership could redirect mass-transit planning
For Californians, it may be one gerrymander too many
The patriot of Downing Street -- and others
Spain signals a left turn
Top Chinese official ties Afghan solution to pullout
US pullout will not bring UN agency to a standstill
Court conviction signals S. African clampdown
Gum sales a 9% bigger bubble
Baseball's hardest hitter never suited up for a game
Auto company president charged in drug case
Where executives go to give each other a leg up
Bonn gives tentative OK to US steel export curb
New York's next governor -- a millionaire . . . or a Shakespeare buff?
American economist wins a Nobel Prize
All quiet on Beirut front, but . . . ; Marines in Lebanon boost US image
Polish worker's funeral takes place quietly
Leverages and linkages
A spin in a 1907 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost
US rebuffed in UN Council votes
Royal Shakespeareans offer an unsettling play set in Nazi Germany; Good Play with music by C. P. Taylor. Starring Alan Howard. Directed by Howard Da...
Spain and socialism: a profile of Felipe Gonzalez
Presidential voting brings on violence in Sri Lanka
Uncle Sam didn't reckon on the high cost of his cheese-giveaway plan
Decaffeinated Pepsi Free heads for US marketplace
Tomorrow's world . . . whose?
The many masks of modern art
Don't let secrecy crimp US science
Pasture-style fertilizer offers import savings for the third world
Tiny Coco Islands weigh independence but lean toward joining Australia
The politics of fear
Salvador guerrillas appeal for talks to end civil war
Quest for questions
The next available clerk
Huskies' coach a natural for pro job; surprise runner; kicking accuracy
Midwest talent showcased in '82 Series
Aetna grant blends policy study
Arabs prepare bargaining stance on Palestinian homeland
Electricity use eases a trickle
Families seek help to meet demands of work and home
Rare poisonous snakes need protection too
Ford officials on hustings to tout quality
US economy spins wheels in deep rut of recession
Siberia's frozen riches are slow to thaw for the Soviet economy
Grass-roots antinuke drive springs up in Traverse City
Malcolm Forbes' 'long march' by motorcycle, balloon
110 on Capitol Hill named as thwarting consumers
Old Glory vs. free speech: unflagging debate in courts
A government authority for US industrial planning?
Economist sees no GOP disaster this fall
Books on Transportation; American Cars, From Harrah's Automobile Collection, by Leon Mandel. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang. $48.50 till Dec. 31;...
Transit industry turns up volume on its Washington lobbying effort