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Monitor Archive for February 23, 1982
Racial equality means political, economic clout
Disney exposition gives $800 million peek at tomorrow
How starvation can be eliminated
News for the Traveler
The many masks of modern art
All signs point to a strong economic recovery for Turkey
Singapore orders out two Russians as spies
Words for years passing
25% of S&Ls face failure, Brookings study reports
Ease-off proposed in rate of social security indexing
No safe harbor for a bad tax law
Urban League chief outlines black priorities under Reaganomics
Haig finds labor leaders at odds with him on US policy
Smorgasbord competitors: how great a threat to banks?
Is Israel just another wagon in Reagan's Mideast circle?
World's premier tourist stop: more than Mickey Mouse
Chemical weapons: how hawks and doves differ on bargaining tactics
Decorator Diana Phipps finds shortcuts to luxury
Three banks lower their prime rates
Three Europeans nations devalue their moneys
Central Florida basks in warm business climate
Charting the changes in a world awash in oil
Mid-Florida's environment: is it sinking?
Britain fights gobbledygook -- true to form
Watt about-face means oil in wilderness areas stays off limits
West grows wary of bailing out economically troubled East bloc
Stockman warns of surge in deficit without cuts
Why Pluto and Winnie brush up on their Spanish
In Kansas, they're wary of Reagan's 'new federalism'
Watt's call of the wild
West Bank Palestinian calls for PLO peace with Israel
Tahiti; 'The last paradise on earth'
Blue Angels pilot killed in a training maneuver
Mexico's regional role crimped by 40% inflation
Greater Orlando scorecard:
Contract swap with Ford wins heavily in local vote
Officer facing spy charge is ruled to have immunity
Orlando airport: new gateway to Southern region?
Warsaw restores wires for Western news media
Frigid winter won't slow gypsy moths, experts say
Who pulls the levers of power in the Soviet machine
The Edmonton dynamo is rewriting hockey record book
From Big Apple to Big Orange
'Sholom Aleichem' -- a charming success; The World of Sholom Aleichem Comic sketches by Arnold Perl. Starring Jack Gilford. Directed by Milton Moss.
Johnnie Ray still wows audiences with his classic hits
New US warning on cigarettes
US and Nicaragua: getting off the down escalator
Fast-food chains try new ads, games to beef up sales
Koch to run for governor of New York, blasts Reagan
A Democrat's alternative tax plan
Admen and computer track eyes
Mexico the peacemaker?
A break in the economic clouds
The welcome completed
City squares off against big-city woes: crime, cars
Argentina denies charge it has troops in Latin America
Zimbabwe to cut Army size but will soldiers stay calm?
Story made up, writer admits to N.Y. Times