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Monitor Archive for April 21, 1982
Europe ignores the 'other' arms race
Oil wealth plans; OK, we've got a lot of money, now what do we do?
Salazar 3-for-3 in marathons after narrow win in Boston
Reagan for budget compromise
1982 arms sales to set US record
Argentina's neighbors: official solidarity...ambivalence beneath
Having your dividends reinvested can sweeten the return on stock
Wallace Stevens: seeing to the core
An economics lesson with 255% profits
Defense spending: no longer off limits to budget-cutters
America's report card
Holocaust dialogue: up in Germany, lags elsewhere
Schmidt tries to mend his party's fences
URW won't rubber-stamp auto concessions
Report of peasants shot in El Salvador checked
Private business school helps S. African blacks catch up
Sparkling comment from an unconventional Tory; The Pursuit of Virtue and Other Tory Notions, by George F. Will. New York: Simon & Schuster. 397 pp....
Bush pilots: the New York cabbies of the last frontier
The indispensable secretary: recession-proof
Polish regime opening debate on union's future?
Low-cost, portable shelving with a professional look
Agent in coup attempt seeks Seychelles asylum
Britain maintains its options--both diplomacy and force
US vetoes UN resolution on Jerusalem incident
France's Socialists put economic pickup ahead of reform plans
State braces for a Klondike-style rush for crude
Chilean President dissolves Cabinet
How much time do you give a revolution?
A logger's son tries to build an Athens of Alaska
Is America's water safe to drink?
Soviet adviser shot by Afghan rebels
Vietnam looks for better economic relations with West
US automakers try a Japanese inventory system
Alaska's native corporations look beyond profits
Accents for warm-weather dressing
Blacks in the mainstream: calling the GOP
Nicaraguan businessmen leave
Remember the teddy bear coat
OAS says 'yea' to process that could help Argentina
US dockers liable in Soviet boycott
Want a vacation hot spot? Try near the Arctic Circle
Israeli official offers to resign over scandal
The truth of the matter
Floating out of boom-bust cycle on waves of grain
Vote on new capital comes up again and again and . . .
Lessons from a D.C. dropout; Running and Fighting: Working in Washington, by Brett Fromson. New York: Simon & Schuster. 160 pp. $12.95.
Britain: South Georgia first?
Why not one tax rate for all?
Why 'stepchild' Alaska decides to join the family
Israel: too insecure for gallantry
Sports lose ground in school budget cuts
Soviets launch space unit to replace Salyut 6 and US picks woman and black for spaceflights
Soviets launch space unit to replace Salyut 6
The resounding impact of Goya's artistic genius
Interned Poles appeal for pregnant prisoner
Argentina: second thoughts as British fleet bears down
Behind the wheel of Agent 007's car
Research institute: remix policy batter
Fishing for ways to ensure there is life after oil boom
State braces for a Klondike-style rush for crude and sizes up its treasure trove of mineral riches
Iconoclast takes on Kennedy clan with mixed results; The Kennedy Imprisonment: A Meditation on Power, by Garry Wills.Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown...
In Sunbelt, budgets tight but games go on
Business still likes Reagan, but worries about Reaganomics
THE GREAT RESOURCE RUSH; Alaska