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Monitor Archive for October 5, 1982
Analysis of GOP's big issue; GOP cranks up 'budget buster' theme
Nation's third port expands in recession
Used too often when 'talented' or 'clever' is meant
Why S. African food chain subsidizes bread prices
World's social, military spending: guess which is more
Man who ignored draft gets 2 1/2 years in jail
Soviet-China 'talks': will smiles replace glares?
Rising gas prices: What should be done?
Hong Kong after Thatcher visit: an island left in the dark
US asked to reduce goals for next GATT meeting
Dutch to dangle investment bait for US business
Energy talent may take over as oil's era sputters out
NATO ministers see shadow of pipeline
Record jobless figures greet new Bonn premier
Farmers buffeted and toughened by cost-price crunch
West Germany sets sights on conventional weapons
Cowboy capitalism hits a rough patch and keeps on riding
Will build-build replace drill-drill for investments?
Hard to say goodbye
Mark Twain's 'Mysterious Stranger'
Pressure grows to fetter the Fed
Magnificent, overpowering: The Grand Canyon
Reagan begins a month of political campaigning
How 'Tex-Mex' spills across the Rio Grande
A tough Polish port that found its identity in Solidarity
Acting Lebanese premier given permanent post
Lone Star State sized up
History among the hibiscus on the gentle isle of Nevis
Houston barrels on as world's service center for energy
Arms: the German factor
Admiral quits job, calls House panel too political
US eye on the embassies made easier by new law
Syrian missile site razed in Lebanon, Israel says
Poison and the public
Children's book art: a new collector's item
Israeli Army breaks ranks over its role in Lebanon fighting
Rustlin' up new members proves slow for unions
Sophisticates special interest groups pump money into campaigns; PAC-ing a powerful punch in November elections
Italian police head off autumn terror drive
Waiting tables for the arts: stars don aprons, take orders to help N.Y. theatrical group
Some hot potatoes for high court
Fraser's successor: key to future UAW strategy
Claude Cheysson speaks out; France and the Atlantic Alliance
Angels, Brewers fight for pennant: offensive firepower in the spotlight
Seeing the Soviet Union through different ends of the pipeline
New Kodak color film blends high speed, sharp image
Lone Star entrepreneurs ride tall in the saddle, and sometimes fall off
In true Texas-style, big get bigger in energy-oriented banking system
Reagan's 'appeal' to blacks
Socialist France may take time to warm to Bonn's conservative Kohl
A good offense for the economy lies in having good defense industry
Japan: land of talking refrigerators, traffic lights
An ex-independent state breeds new free-minded voter
Chinese outlines a path apart from superpowers
How states can use high tech sleuths to ferret out welfare violations
Under God's government
Tying wages to an industry's health: bargaining trend?
US politics -- out of sync
Soviets are replenishing Syrian arms, official says
Oil money lures academics, but can it buy excellence?
Flavor of Tokyo: Donkey Kong, Frisky Tom, and sushi
Time to lower the write-in slots on N.Y. voting machines?
The 'third coast' in fashion sheds string-tie image
A California-style migration stirs up Texas melting pot