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Monitor Archive for February 8, 1982

Army radiation cover-up charged
Washington applauds Mubarak's bold, concise style
Talks on arms for Taiwan reach delicate stage
Cost of oil decontrol: $2,667 per household
Farm windbreaks: New Deal program takes root again
Isiah Thomas quick to get in stride on the pro court
No secret taping
Conservatives favor Reagan, not his policies
US skiers -- lots of them -- win
The White House roller coaster
Lebanese, Israelis eye each other with mistrust and fear across border; Israel worries about PLO 'buildup' in south Lebanon
The 1983 budget: Reagan hews to economic program, charts largest peacetime military buildup in US history
From wickedest boy to boy wonder: 'You never can tell'
The naturalness of harmony
Kennedy used tapes to foil opponents, story says
Beyond armed force
Social-security increase smaller this year
Steve Metcalfe drama is an adroit three-character post-Vietnam story
Windbreaks: FDR legacy; Revival of project would be a fitting memorial
Deng out of limelight but still in control

Mr. Reagan gains time
China targets its Army for modernization
Unfeigned
What keeps you moving?
Britain's campaign to banish toxic lead from gasoline revs up
How secure is US lead in the sunbeam race?
Taking stock of possessions
Highlights of '83 budget
Why Kandinsky's art never quite worked for one critic
Disc jockeys reap profits of Hungary's socialist way
In budget debate, public's voice may be loudest of all
Good news: big US tax cut should boost capital outlays.
Illegal aliens find it easy to cross a wide-open border
Budget evokes mixed reaction from Congress
Italian police dismantle 25 terrorist bases
Civil rights activists: blacks ought to support Reagan administration
Sensei
US human rights policy outlined
Egypt sets sights on nuclear power for its energy needs
Zofia's little hero
Portugal frees up investment opportunities
Start START
Is Washington inching toward military role in El Salvador?
'Old-girl' network supports successful women
Schmidt strengthened by win of confidence vote
Calling black Americans: a plan for action
Unemployment drop not all it seems to be
A new nation's lingering problem.; Zimbabwe is free, but its women are not
Lebanese, Israelis eye each other with mistrust and fear across border. Lebanese official sees Israeli attack before Sinai pullout
The 1983 budget: Reagan hews to economic program, charts largest peacetime military buildup in US history