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Monitor Archive for November 26, 1982
Swaziland tries to halt sorties into S. Africa
French Alps; Skiing at three chic winter resorts
Skiing wrap-up; US resorts offer multitude of activities
Vegetable and flower seeds all set for a trip into space
An umbrella in Paris
Poles brace for 'economic reform'; But will price hikes bring stability?
Pocking on a pool: answers for short and long range
US Christmas sales: cautious hope for tinkling tills
Restoring terrazzo's beauty: How stubborn is the stain
EPA hopes Michigan waste cleanup settlement will serve as US model
Halley's Comet and other cost-cutting targets
Can God heal?
US fails to budge stalled negotiations on Namibia independence
EPCOT; Walt Disney World adds nine new nations and a city of the future
Smuggling consumer goods into China: when is a crime not a crime?
Brazil's northeast -- bigger than Texas -- gallops toward prosperity
Lame-duck Congress: a new mood of cooperation
Kissinger's urgency 'after Lebanon'
Gemayel's power tested by foreign troops in Lebanon
Sports sampler: '84 Olympics, Cavs, the Cup, and baseball bits
Also of note in Moscow . . .
Car-rental agencies turn to giveaways to beat competition
Check carefully before putting linoleum on concrete
From Castles To Kitchen Cabinets; a sampling of the season's literary offerings
A premium excess
Benefits for veterans -- in need
South African whites work to break down black-white barriers
Israel's Begin likely to ride out storms
Ruling party's factions retreat; Japan election: silky smooth
Reagan, Andropov reverse superpower strategies
Is social security less fair to Susan than it is to Sam?
Venezuela's territorial claim -- not so absurd
Nakasone: ambitious, outspoken
US relations with the USSR under Andropov
Volcker as William Tell: Is M-1 target moving?
Soviet official rules out breakthrough in US relations, but not at Geneva talks
Americans and the Bible
Why this recession is different
The 'educated' horse and other tall tales of animal behavior
Trying to slow America's growing traffic in drugs
Optimism, tinged with caution, hits home market
New Zealand; Geysers and snug pastureland