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Monitor Archive for November 2, 1982
A place where Michigan workers can start over when the plant closes
Only the poor go hungry
US Marines to help patrol east Beirut
Cluster bombs: five types used in Lebanon
Can Kampuchea be independent? How big powers pull strings in Indochina
'The keys to 4G -- and a map for your morning jog'
Israeli investigators call witnesses to massacre
Teen-age subculture: a room of their own
US will speed processing of Indochinese refugees
India, Pakistan to set up panel on easing tension
New hope for strike settlement, but is pro football season salvageable?
To track the path of the economy you need to know your indicators
Post-election violence in Northern Ireland deals setback to Prior plans for troubled province
A sense of moderation
S. Africa bans dissident for another three years
A new way to see 'city by the bay'
Presbyterians North and South get set to vote on church merger plan
Why the Russians might -- or might not -- be tempted by Nicaragua
Peking's new American-style hotel
Sakharov under siege
Caution in the Kremlin
Peking; The great sights of a capital city
''Whatever . . .''?
'My dad spends time with me now'
Chinese puzzle: who gets to study in US
A gathering, a declaration
When a Cardin is not a Cardin
A Sadat-era 'Watergate' simmers
The De Lorean case
The things that worry Moscow
This painter leaps over the no man's land between old tradition and new
Top court to assess fears as grounds for A-closure
Are American businesses disinvesting in the US?
US ports preen as Navy searches for home bases for its new ships
Comes the revolution in office productivity
Manning NATO's front line in Europe; US soldiers in Germany voice confidence
'We're coming back . . .' Buying American can still be the best
Teen-age Parties: What Is A Good Timme
Pressure grows on US in Lebanon
More ammo for acid rain foes
Thatcher, Kohl see eye to eye