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Monitor Archive for February 3, 1982
Using pension funds to save the labor movement
What did in the dinosaurs?
Hundreds of civilians died in Afghan city, envoy says
Freedom House labels US reports on Salvador biased
Tests not the only gauge of pupils, academy says
Heroes are always with us
Plan for new limits angers South African journalists
Some signs of upturn in Britain's second 'industrial revolution'
Iranians struggle under Khomeini's economy
Lion of the Fed needn't fear phantom money bulge
The India-Pakistan peacemakers
S. African blacks flock to cities, putting policies and services to the test
Return to Indochina; Kampuchea: rolling-slowly-back to 'normal'
US orders secrecy pledge
Anthony Hopkins as Quasimodo: was this remake necessary?
British business freed after 17 months in Iran
'Battle of Sweeney Ridge': Californians clash with Watt
US cities expand efforts to lure, hold businesses
Libyan borde to stay closed, Egypt says
''to whom ye yield yourselves''
Heat pump as an energy saver
Washington leaks: 'open that faucet a little wider'
A conductor's podium style may be arresting, but; What it all means to the music needs close study these days
Many look to 'lost' art of heating with coal stoves
CO2, climate, and coal: the critical threshold is lowered
Doubts on El Salvador
Liechtenstein women stamp their feet for the vote
What hit Bush's limo? Investigation begun
To the Golden West on foot; The Walk West: A Walk Across America 2, by Peter and Barbara Jenkins. New York: William Morrow & Co. 350 pp. $14.95.
4,170 interned in Poland, justice minister reports
The Constitution would be poorer without ERA
Kathy is all giggles -- until she crosses rackets with the older pros
Mubarak visit may signal start of cool but stable US-Egyptian friendship
Israel plans 16 outposts in West Bank and Golan
Ford Foundation to assist schools serving the needy
Haig: no leftist Salvadoran talks
You must claim a valid income-tax deduction before you can get it
With plenty of snow, this is the year of the winter carnival
Both sides look to high court to settle segregated-school tax issue
Migrating to Monterrey
El Salvador refugees: It's hard to find a refuge -- even outside their country
Spanish Communist Party denounces Soviets - and Polish crackdown
Westward ho with the pioneers; The World Rushed In: The California Gold Rush Experience, by J. S. Holliday. New York: Simon & Schuster. 559 pp. $16....
US passenger jet hijacked to Cuba
LeBaron and the 400
A conductor's podium style may be arresting, but; Adriana Maliponte
Reagan's task in '82: keeping grip on fragile Capitol Hill coalition
Manchuria meets France in ultra-practical ski togs
A conductor's podium style may be arresting, but; Gary Graffman