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Monitor Archive for October 27, 1982
Nuclear-freeze issue: hot in US, cool in Europe
Childhood joys of chocolate desserts never fade away
Oklahoma farmer -- torn between GOP, Democrats
The search for something in lieu of a money fund
1982 elections: a referendum on nation's courts?
Peking modernizing brings a new chief to the Navy
When it comes to key issues in Michigan's '82 elections, jobs top the list
US troop unit in Beirut will be replaced soon
ALSO OF NOTE IN POLAND
Spunky memoir from Gahagan Douglas; A Full Life, by Helen Gahagan Douglas. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co. 432 pp. $19.95.
Fashion prints: an open field for collectors
Why inventors are frustrated
An engaging and 'thoughtfully serious' comedy from Lanford Wilson; Angels Fall Play by Lanford Wilson. Directed by Marshall W. Mason.
Reagan urges more time to ease unemployment
Nixon remembers world leaders he has known; Leaders, by Richard Nixon. New York: Warner Books. 371 pp. $17.50.
Kirilenko, once an heir apparent to Brezhnev, may be retiring
Companies weighing bankruptcy face federal quandary
For my friend
A friendship network for new mothers
Soviets signal Polish economy is on its own
Rating the members of Congress
Ex-Red Army player breaks the NHL ice (briefly) as league's first Soviet skater
Palestine teen-ager killed in a West Bank protest
If the movie is a hit -- make it again, Sam
Socialist policy is target of French work stoppage
Reagan visit to Brazil: a pat on the back?
Bumper cranberry crop for baking
Drought-stricken Australia may see wheat sales plummet
Misapplying lessons from the Cuban missile crisis
Angra do Heroismo; 1944
What Reagan could learn from Tom Dewey
Inflation news cuts two ways for elections
Coup rumors fly fast and furiously on eve of Spain's national elections
IRA reports execution of N. Ireland Protestant
Berlin Philharmonic's visit -- a taste of the world's best
Helmut Schmidt bows out of W. German party politics
Pollster sees moderate gains for Democrats
Mr. Shultz goes to Ottawa
Inside 20th-century music
Cookware shopping in Paris -- more than pots and pans
Oil supply: Washington's dangerous default
Her man, Soviet style
Recession saps Europe's antinuclear movement
A gift to make me look up and see
Lebanon, Israel may begin pullout talks next week
Roasted pumpkin seeds make a good snack
Freedom from limitations
Iraq threatens Iranians with new, secret weapon
Two big satellites ordered for home 'dish' reception
When its women customers speak, Detroit listens -- now
Can Congress veto rules made by agencies it creates?
Eight Salvadoran leftists will be tried as terrorists
Iran finds its self-isolation gets a cool reception abroad
Severe typhoon hits Vietnam
Police use of hypnosis -- reliable tool or huge risk?