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Monitor Archive for December 6, 1982
Lower home-mortgage rate foreseen
Peshawar mix of drugs, arms, refugees may yet boil over
UN says Soviet use of toxins can't be proven
'Healing Under the Law and the Gospel'
Special interests busy in lame-duck Congress
Pakistan's key to security
Murdoch rescues Herald-American
Reading, writing, . . . and good citizenship?
School museum: young artists' studio
Spanish Socialists move quickly to devalue peseta
On a road between Bethany and the Mount of Olives
Why not exercise our rights?
Mrs. Gorsuch vs. Congress
Reagan peace plan elbows onto center stage in Mideast
Where the economy is heading
Chinese leaders try to satisfy the people's hunger for law
Herschel Walker wins Heisman Trophy
US and sea law treaty: oceans apart
R2D2 for businessmen - and do-it-yourselfers
Acid rain? No, Californians watch out for 'acid fog'
Reagan bolsters Latin American confidence in US
Mondale to decide on running within a month
Already in the vanguard of her art; Emily Remler's adventures in the mainly male world of the jazz guitar
Upbeat securities industry faces legislative pressure
Dealing with world economic slump
Charities and the holidays: a time to give -- wisely
Holiday baking: a cherished part of childhood
US defense budget: experts find some weapons ripe for cutting
Among those present
Arab-Soviet hints of future ties?
Big Board chief wants banker-broker overlap clarified
Reagan tones down rhetoric of Central American policy
Pushing ahead on Islamization -- but with whose Islam?
Zia: aspiring spokesman for the Islamic world
Support systems for latchkey children
How a 'simple soldier' turned into a millionaire
Shamir assails attempt to block Israeli aid increase
What's behind the chummier US-Pakistan relationship
Sizing up Ralph Sampson, 'new look' Flyers, Dodger decline
Images of ethereal strength
Islamic banking aims to close poverty gap
Zia on Islam, US ties, democracy, and Pakistan's future
Those long, long, long, long trucks
Search for a many-sided peace
Tom Stoppard offers a story about 'love'
Those who launched the nuclear age urge caution, care
China beats Japan for first time at Asian Games
The Nine Muses
Israeli investigation on massacre clears Haddad
Future Japanese premiers lurk in Nakasone Cabinet
Shultz visits European allies
Winners, losers -- and that new third party
Everything's going Zia's way now, but how firm is country's foundation?
Zimbabwe pulls Ian Smith's passport after critical remarks
The reason Kennedy did it
Chrysler, UAW make slight headway in contract talks
Exporting its people brings this village new prosperity, new materialism
National bird flies 'tourist'
Why Polish workers dine on potato pancakes
5 foreigners ordered to stop teaching in Israel
Phone services provide advice, a listening ear
Severe storms hit much of United States