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Monitor Archive for March 29, 1982
US group sidesteps immigration laws to aid Salvadorans
Presidents and reporters
Wall Street serving up fast-food tie-in for investors
'Christian Science: What It Is and Isn't'
GAMBLING ON CASINOS - and losing
Sharing good times with older relatives
Georgetown-North Carolina a fitting NCAA title matchup
The perfect climate
The high risk of political jokes
Dancing, directing, planning: Nureyev does it his way
Jerusalem: sacred home of three world religions
US and allies push to settle Namibia conflict
Peking waits for Moscow to turn words of friendship into deeds
Hoist the jib, matey, the marina's raising the rent
Military gives Poles freer travel, telephone service
AMC auto workers may 'invest'
Nuclear freeze: dollars and sense
Seattle Mariners hope to hone young talent with eye toward future
Great supply-side debate: do marginal tax cuts work?
Flooded Ohio declared a disaster area by Reagan
Western oil companies fend off OPEC embargo
Shuttle wins rave reviews in role as space laboratory
Big voter turnout defies Salvadoran guerrillas
Arabs -- divided -- can do little to halt Israel's West Bank crackdown
Chinese communes may lose political powers
Guatemala settles in to new rule
Scotland seeks out ways to beat recession
Strength and mastery in figures that evoke much
New lift for Britain's new party
British Social Democrats show staying power
GAMBLING ON CASINOS - And Losing
Justice Dept. blocking move against CIA source?
Haig: US-China relations at 'very sensitive stage'
Japan's challenge: finding its niche in global community
Saving the 'south 40' from the bulldozer -- a new approach
Bangladesh head says two years of army rule
Broadway's new theater museum
Mr. Reagan in farmer Miller's boots
New impetus for Hemisphere talks
San Francisco children explore artistic careers first hand
How one family plans to hold onto 'million-dollar view'
Australia revises its outlook downward
French tighten security after threat from 'Jackal'
What is America's vision?