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Monitor Archive for December 7, 1982
A 'desert gateway' blooms on big pool of low-wage labor
Behind Qaddafi's '81 plot to assassinate President Reagan
'I say, Jeeves, there's another spy in my soup!'
Warsaw open to a Walesa role
Masks, tape recorders, and other things 'chamber music' is up to these days
Israeli diplomat corps strikes for more pay
San Francisco aims to shelter needy; nearby county subsidizes mortgages
Yves Klein and the art of blue -- plus a fresh look at Grandma Moses
Thar She Blows
Behind the veal protest that hit Burger King
Shrinking the reach of US regulators
USC's Cheryl Miller living up to high school rave notices so far
Following up in Latin America
The Federal Reserve quickstep in defining monetary gauge
US appeals court refuses to halt Texan's execution
Lighting Up Broadway
Reagan's top 1980 adviser gets ball rolling for '84
Kaleidoscope of an Islamic state going modern
A strange beginning
What price aid for Israel?
Japanese industry finds what it's like to be hit by 'dumping'
The Tree of the Great Peace
Staying ahead of the desert -- long-term push for water
Liberal banner may wave in '84, even without Kennedy
Court to rule on fathers' benefits
What's a smart woman like you doing at home?
China assails US policy for support of Israel
Allies seek common Soviet policy
From Bearsville to Palestine
Argentina investigates Falklands war, but how thoroughly?
Out of the daily, the sacred
Helping parents sort through 150,000 toys for Christmas
A true Arab
At discount chains: better lines, face lifts, and results
US indicates it's trying to mend Guatemalan ties
China assails US poicy for support of Israel while Israel blames Shultz for souring of ties
Tough year for Costa Rican 'welfare state'
Going home for the holidays?
One of the firms the bank built: Tony Lama boots
Soviet party's youth group gets a new, younger leader
The MX -- a conclusion
Soviet Union warns that it would develop its own MX
Poachers from Mozambique; Africa's elephants: felled by ideology and AK-47s
Argentine transportation halted by general strike
National program aids needy senior citizens in finding jobs
Sundays and Mr. Scrooge
London in winter: always a theater-goer's delight
Feldstein: economic climate may warm up in time for '84 election
Forty-one years after Pearl Harbor; A new skirmish over Pacific war saga
'Twin plants': do they create jobs or take them away?
Israel and the PLO: conflict between two kinds of loyalty
Japanese officials promise new trade concessions