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Monitor Archive for December 8, 1982
Headway in drunken-driving fight
How a British director, with Indian help, searched for Mahatma's life
Cloak-and-dagger action: Is it worth the effort?
New idea to save sea cows: buy up their habitat
A Stigler forte: the economics of information
What 'jobs' bill will and won't accomplish
Poland finds lifting martial law is easier said than done
Magazines for children make gifts that keep coming all year long
Shape up with at-home exercises
Pop-up books, popular in the Victorian age, make a comeback today
Why crime statistics can be confusing
UN official urges action in Caribbean for growth
How to pay for college with skis or bricklaying skills
Goal: self-sufficiency; Public radio triples its programming
16 killed in Ulster by IRA bomb blast
President Marcos closes opposition newspaper
The special sweets of Germany's Christmas markets
Salvadoran rebels seize players, fans at stadium
Weighing effects of TV, movies, news shows
Beyond the heart headlines
Canada's new way with foreign investors
Soviet view: Do more arms really help arms control?
Spring fashion: the total look
Film epic relives the turbulent days of India's Gandhi
Will the new accounts give banks the push they want?
Ellen Burstyn in a play of bookish humors and delight; 84 Charing Cross Road Starring Ellen Burstyn. Play adapted by James Roose-Evans from the book...
Good meals to make in 20 minutes
Also of note in Poland...
Kremlin pyramid-building: Andropov cautiously puts his men in place
Don't be offended
Investors herald a recovery
Saudis will fight to keep $34 price, oil official says
Spain OKs plan to reopen the border with Gibraltar
FHA loan applications hit record last month
Fed's tightrope act: fueling US economy without fueling inflation
ALSO OF NOTE...
Gas tax: wrong additive
Denmark freezes its aid for basing US missiles
Afghan guerrillas press raids before snow flies
US drags feet in contributing to joint West-OPEC agricultural fund
Different brands will 'talk'; Closing computers' language gap
Texas execution rekindles debate over death penalty's impact on crime
Signing the sea treaty without the US
A Wall Street bear turns a bit bullish
NATO ministers shoot down possible new US weapons
Candied citrus peel for Christmas giving
Israel's economic problems extend beyond picket lines
Study of youth crime yields some surprising results
Even so she sings
Shultz begins seven-nation European tour
The great Christmas tree debate intensifies
A misguided 'Macbeth'; a superb 'Tannhauser'; The Met as it shouldn't be -- and as it should
Blurred scenes and glimpses
Cowboys 'flexing' muscles; retooled Steelers
'What keeps the bosses on top' -- how class is changing in Britain
Canadian pleads guilty to spying, gets 10 years