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Monitor Archive for November 15, 1982

It's all for one and one for all in the workplace
PAC election money wasn't all for nought
That old subway token? Keep it!
Treasure at the end
Western Europe reacts to lifting of sanctions
Why the Japanese trade gap?
More bomb explosions reported in Lebanon
A double tragedy for Israel
Where would Abigail?
It's all for one and one for all in the workplace
Lessons in devotion
New works by Murray Schisgal, Stuart Sherman.; Exercise in comic arithmetic -- and an offbeat look at Hamlet; Twice Around the Park Comedy by Murray...
Reagan's team: no big shake-up in sight
US dominates
The story of the Fed; A dollar in your pocket
Poland's martial law may be lifted in a month
Italy starts search for new prime minister
All eyes are on Andropov
Social security panel reassures workers
The unpredictably satiric world of Tati's Mr. Hulot
Battle over peace: PLO, Begin tangle in impressing US
Creating a setting for 'great leaps' of the imagination
Reading aloud to children
Tips for choosing children's books
Purring nobility
UAW nominates a new chief
Nation of copycats turns into a world leader in research
Amity, at a distance
How one college shaves $$$ off cost of education
Young high-tech stocks may be in for a dip, adviser says
Seven-month high in auto layoffs
Vietnam veterans honored in Washington
New works by Murray Schisgal, Stuart Sherman.; Exercise in comic arithmetic -- and an offbeat look at Hamlet; Hamlet (a Portrait) Theater piece crea...
Young high-tech stocks may be in for a dip, adviser says
Gasoline tax idea worries oil industry
You're kidding, a bailout for California?
French language in French setting
How singing the company song reduces worker blues
Afghanistan: a way out?
McNamara's band of Angels well suited to his easygoing approach
Reagan's words on family get child's teary reception
Once upon a time rhinos and hippos roamed the Rhine
Confessions of an award-shirker
THANKSGIVING DAY, 1982 A Proclamation
Calm in emergencies
West German chancellor in US to strengthen ties
In the US, quiet debate begins on ways to influence behavior of new Soviet leaders
Shuttle's success could reshape others' space plans
Looking at the corporation as a company village
Brazil's challenge: making democracy help rich and poor
A man-in-the-street view of the Soviet transition
Top Chinese official to attend Brezhnev funeral
What is white?
Cleaner oceans
Chicago searches for a song with pomp for ceremonial circumstances
Andropov's test
It's all for one and one for all in the workplace
The trickle-down (and up) theory of corporate leadership
Sanctions fall before pragmatism