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Monitor Archive for March 11, 1982
Senate panel approves key abortion amendment
Covert action in Nicaragua?
How now Herschel?
Superpower chess: two moves and a peacenik factor; Soviet peaceniks?
Why a small Central American country ignites heated debate within the United States; Military might: how much is too much?
Plutonium in Paradise; The Danielssons' fight to save Polynesia from 'La Bombe'
Rating restaurants 'worth a special journey'
Ending the countdown
A Tournament that stops short
Tian, a dish of vegetables
Incoming Irish premier to visit White House
Soviet officials in job shuffle
Nicaragua in brief
There's a lot of 'Hawaii' in your future
Guatemala opposition may form strike strategy
For jazz craftsman Jon Hendricks, music has become a family project
South Africa tries 43 on hijacking charges
Reagan bans import of Libyan oil
Honoring heroines past and present
Incumbents hold inside track in '82 electoral marathon
The wilderness sellers
Israel tests its 'get tough' policy on West Bank
Superpower chess: two moves and a peacenik factor; Moscow's toe in the Gulf
Why a small Central American country ignites heated debate within the United States; Sandinistas not in Soviet orbit ... yet
The First Lady's other image
Federal effort to oust leaders of Teamster local could set precedent
Puppets that delight adults and kids; The Thunderstorm of the Youngest Child, The Story of One Who Set Out to Study Fear, The Life and Death of Char...
Amtrak is rolling faster -- if budget cuts don't catch it; Cost-cutters took away the tablecloths and fresh flowers -- now they're back
Believing Mr. Haig
Sen. Williams says he won't resign
The latest case of boring, boring, boring!
UN report warns West of possible depression
'A solitary achievment'
600 Afghan rebels slain in 11-day Soviet offensive
Superpower chess: two moves and a peacenik factor; Clashing over Nicaragua
Wanted: three more pitching wins
Reagan may go on TV to clear 'misconceptions'
Ethics awash: Is America sliding into cynicism?
Cleaning up Lebanon's water
Filmmakers turn the cameras on journalists
Why a small Central American country ignites heated debate within the United States; Soviets heat up war of words on Central America
An English breakfast of kedgeree, rashers of bacon, eggs, and toast
Bay State GOP backs rookie politicians to challenge veteran Democrats
Some farmers can't make peanuts growing goobers
Jurors in civil suits prove stingy -- plaintiffs often left empty-handed
Tulips and Hula-Hoops: early rites of spring
Argentina may sell warplanes to El Salvador
College basketball tourney spurs questions; Herschel's big decision
Why a small Central American country ignites heated debate within the United States; Haig: a critical point in Central American crisis
Encounter on N Street, Washington, D.C.
Food price hikes push more Poles below poverty level
Economists boo deficit, but can't agree on cure
ERA forces still on offensive, but battle seems all but lost
Rebuilding war-torn Lebanon under a hail of bullets
North America emerging as ski power
US-Iran claims process winds slowly toward tribunal decisions
New evidence on Soviet poison gas
New French cooking at La Pyramide, where it all started