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Monitor Archive for March 26, 1982
Is the President testing waters for bipartisan budget compromise?
US says draft holdouts cut to about half a million
Bonn offers compromise on chemical-weapon control
Ousted Bangladesh leader backs coup, faces action
How to treat mildewed paint; some tips to avoid this blight
Overseas teaching jobs tempt the adventurous; It takes planning and agency help
Long johns without silver
Israelis push ahead with effort to smash the PLO's influence
The two freezes
Walesa spells out what he sees for Poland
Reagan welcomes Italian; Dozier kidnappers guilty
S. Africa's military to draft older whites as Namibia war drags on
Interning in the environment - a year round occupation
Reagan's latest foreign guest has no complaints
How one private school integrates its foreign students; 39 students in a school within a school
Senator Moynihan, a liberal-conservative hybrid, raps budget deficit
Buy exhaust unit designed for purpose
A violin, a viola, a cello, and many fourth graders
Why let Congress veto, too?
Duarte stakes 'my honor' on fair vote
US company to aid China in developing coal mine
Oxford meets North American high-schoolers head on; A polyphony of bells, books in abundance
A mysterious sense
A vanishing breed of British gentry
Firsthand report on a gypsy moth control chemical that works
Symbol of Swiss youth revolt falls
Trade the Brock way
Bees on space shuttle floating along in bliss
Wanted: princess to play Diana in CBS TV romance
Out West, a political rodeo; A whole corral full of candidates ready at the gates
Instant hot-water heaters
Swedish-Soviet relations sink lower
Searching for compromise on '83 budget
Now camps combine canoeing, campfires, computers
How 5th-graders step back into the 18th century; Old Gaol Museum is 'Living History'
Judging the best camp for your child
Which is better - liberal arts or technical education?
Hitting not a guessing game for Ken Griffey
New home at last for the renowned Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra
The pro's and con's of being in a teacher's union
Social Democrat Jenkins runs well in Scottish vote
The many wildflowers of North America
GE, Sears take tip from Japan, form groups to spur US exports
CIA dope tie in Australia charged
Aren't you using a microcomputer to 'do' your math?
A world awaiting Washington
US offers Soviets a deal on chemical weapons ban
Carter economist raps Reagan on magic of market
High schoolers earn and learn in LA experiment
Talks for a staff buy-out OK'd at N.Y. Daily News
US-Japan ties face toughest test in a generation
An American base in space by '87?
A Seattle hotel returns to splendor of yesteryear
Good city schools get just reward
Northern Ireland snipers kill three British soldiers