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Monitor Archive for February 4, 1982
US, South Korea plan big military exercise
Dozier returns home to a hero's welcome
Schmidt pushes job plan amid stiff unemployment
Giving and taking
Nicol Williamson tries an intermissionless 'Macbeth'; Macbeth
Chocolate pie with a meringue shell
The rewards of a 'room of one's own'
The return of Ron Erhardt
Cold comfort -- the strategies of winter
NATO ambassadors agree to use more muscle on Poland
Parker Pen seeks S&L in California
Japan's 'ambassador' movies
Leeks: for flavor halfway between garlic and onion
Why let players take the money and run?
Soaring interest rates fuel US-Canada 'gathering storm'
Mail sorter shows left is right too
in the twinkling of an eye
Mutiny on the docks; Seafarers' Union Buffeted By Corruption Charges
Chicago's 'Little Warsaw'; The pulse of Poland in America's heartland.
S. Africa moves to tighten grip on 'almost free' press
Total immersion in French cuisine for young Japanese
Up to six more moons reported around Saturn
Tempers growing short in bellwether steel industry
Yea, Central High!
Sharing a secret
Election banners can't hide Costa Rica's economic crisis
Boston: city with a great future in its past
The state of Fred Dimebank
Workers benefits expand greatly, 10-year survey shows
Searching for lessons Kampuchea's nightmare
Looking beyond the sawdust in stocks of wood-product companies
Getting started: Finding a place and setting up
Players for hire: any takers?
Egypt uneasy despite US cordiality
Murders in N.Y. borough traced to drug traffic war
Good supply of lemons available now
Comeback by Chad's 'Che Guevara' derails peacemakers
The man who advises Mitterand
Prying open Japan's trade door
An insider glimpse at making US economic policy
Natural gas: looking ahead to year 2000
American skier, capturing gold, upstages his twin
Army's new recruiter: recession
Tug of war in White House over Kremlin policy
New skating champ emerges; fired coach hired
Though angry, Turkey sticks with Council of Europe
Libya charges US jets 'buzzed' one of its planes
Press ordered from Oval Office
Queen Elizabeth's 30 years in the royalty business
US intentions murky on natural gas policy
Can America's only no-tax state survive the 'new federalism'?
To what purpose?
Richard Falk; New paths to global disarmament
Return to Indochina; Thailand: the domino that didn't fall