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Monitor Archive for December 16, 1982
Monitor readers respond to nuclear issues
Also of note in Poland...
US Olympic Hall of Fame voting presents tough choices
New Zealand and Australia freeing up trade
Shultz fence-mending in Paris; France to US: ally, yes; vassal, no
Sino-Soviet thaw: don't blame it on Taiwan
How the VFW sees it
A question of values
The case of the very stubborn bridge
Six years after a massive quake, a Chinese city has been rebuilt
Fed on tiptoes as it tries to lower interest rates without waking inflation
Walesa vs. martial law: Will he defy generals?
Auto editor takes spin -- in a new Ford tractor
How to bring interest rates down
Afghan says Brezhnev planned to annex country
To buy, or not to buy -- how do we decide?
New-car dealers expand used-car sales
This year's gift
Lessons from Soviet spacemen?
Earth's primordial molecule?
Nicaragua's junta pinched by growing war
The high-tech wave
Thoughts on saving our cities
Lewis accused of sending death threat to President
Energy Center: a technology gusher in the making?
Permanent eye on price moves voted by Swiss
No more Mr. Nice Guy -- Uncle Sam duns his debtors
Where next for MX
Argentina: some generals unwilling to relinquish power
Low-budget movies or blockbusters? Hollywood to let box office decide
Laney Hicks paints her quiet vision of the West
US steelmakers seek action to slash Japanese imports
Aid flows to N. Yemen in wake of earthquake
Do sunset laws create more waste than they cut?
The many masks of modern art
US renews Lebanon pullout drive
Congress juggles jobs bill, MX
Putting a computer on the trail of nation's missing children
Britain tries to patch holes in the alliance
Honduran President's kin kidnapped in Guatemala
Monthly Movie guide
Baker: ready to run in 1984 should Reagan bow out
Williams and four others guilty in Teamster case
American industrial output down again last month
S. Africa polices right wing, too
Coaching turnover picking up; goal post-less finish; 'On Wisconsin'
Nature didn't do it!
Probing the mysterious habits of Cro-Bureaucrat man
Gradual move into US market has put Nissan in No. 2 spot
Dollars vs. democracy
What's ahead for the economy -- a sampling of views