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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1982
America's growing overseas trade ties; Confusion still reigns over trade with USSR
Digging for human ancestors -- with dynamite
Bad times get some US clergy to brush up on their economics
Coping with the weather
Alert in Warsaw continues as farm union celebrates
Deck the walls with ivy
Homing in on the range; New Southwesterners May Trample What They Came Here To Enjoy
Don't shortchange Swahili
No bad dogs; Praise and obedience 'the Woodhouse way'
America's growing overseas trade ties; Will GM-Toyota link shake the auto world?
US Navy officers: Britain unready for Falklands mission
When are refugees true refugees?
Vitality and contemplation
A tri-national effort is showing the EC that regional is beautiful
Jo Ann Washam hopes to pick up where she left off in 1980
Chance to better themselves leaves Virginia family in debt
Monitor editorial writer, education editor honored
The epicure's onion
Argentine press: cheerleaders
Preaching peace in Moscow
American-born French chef in the New Orleans style
Hungary teaches USSR how to feed chickens -- and its people
Fellini's '8 1/2' gets the Broadway musical treatment; Nine; Musical comedy by Arthur Kopit (book), Maury Yeston (music and lyrics), adaptation from...
US drug agent is charged with 'angel dust' business
Revival of death penalty loses heavily in Britain
Is There Life After High School? Musical by Jeffrey Kindley (book) and Craig Carnelia (music and lyrics). Directed by Robert Nigro.
No bake cookies for summertime
The waiting places
IT'S WAR! Britain's media caught in cross fire
New luster for old Philadelphia hotel
Reagan letters to Peking distress Taiwan regime
Films from Down Under
French thrillers with some philosophical twists
Pennsylvania governor's race; Incumbent's chief foe: the economy
Another look at 'Chariots'
Guitarist-singer Kenny Rankin has quietly made his mark
Turks look toward Haig visit as a 'friendly move by an old friend'
Soviet religious freedom -- view from Billy Graham
Two Argentine planes shot down
US Naval Reserve: its job is growing up, up, and away
End of a spring romance
That $40 billion sideshow
Sidney Wicks surfaces in Europe; running author Jim Fixx and his ''Jackpot''
'Too Far to Go'
First bridge is opened on Soviet-Afghan border
Gault/Millau French food guides soon in English
Don't exempt the 'privileged class'
How Reagan's policies are playing in Peoria . . . and the rest of Illinois
Zimbabwe concerned over US reluctance to invest
Behind South Africa's spy swap
2 Mayors in legal trouble survive New Jersey voters
E. Thompson: Tom Paine of Europe's anti-nuclear protest
States complain about cost of refugee resettlement; Federal agency will now supply assistance only for first 18 months
Federal credit unions explore deregulation -- slowly
'The Long Good Friday'
Japan's bullet train: headed toward Florida?
Dear Congressman: about that tax break. . .
Mubarak, US envoy fail to spur autonomy talks