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Monitor Archive for May 6, 1982
Peking cuts government red tape: will Communist Party do the same?
Lisbon violence puts Cabinet on the spot
Bulletproof clothes makers aim for the retail market
Conductor Shostakovich: the sounds of defiance
John Guare play; Gardenia Drama by John Guare. Directed by Karel Reisz.
Salvadoran Cabinet OK'd; former officials included
School prayer, tax credits issues reopen church-state debate
The best in crab cooking, from salads to entrees
Heart to heart in Africa
Mixed signals from balanced budget team
California's unemployment plan for employers
Mr. Reagan's political dilemma
US designers recall the days of Anglo-Saxon grandeur with low-waisted elongated lines as the silhouette for next season; FALL '82: NEW YORK
Poland warns church over Monday's riots
Soviets to help Nicaragua get minerals, push mining
'Films from Vienna'
Baseball after dark; upward mobility in women's basketball
'The Chosen': maverick movie based on the Potok novel
The modern athlete's edge -- a computer as coach
Finding common ground on voters' rights
Training SEALs; These Navy Men Will Perform Mostly Underwater and Under Wraps
Iranian officials reported killed by lefists in Tehran
Spring is like saying sprout to a tulip
US businesses, despite pitfalls, are doing a brisk trade with Africa
Britain and Argentina stick to their guns; Argentina feels war moves in its favor
More violence against Turks in US
Reagan takes steps to reverse drooping popularity
UPS deliveries go on as strike is averted
New hockey playoff system creates classic mismatch
Planning and planting
Two soups from Hungary: goulash and cold cherry
Preparing for and taking examinations
A Texas-sized war on drugs
Bonn's foreign minister to fence-mend in Israel
Americans may be edging back toward mediator's role
Memory wells up also
Saudis may be in market for British scout planes
Britain: no change in course
His dream: to perform in Leningrad again; Baryshnikov sizes up dance in America
Recovery is practically upon us, but it may be modest
Official of Spanish A-plant killed; Basques suspected
US to slap quotas on sugar imports
A winning recipe in chicken contest
LOUISIANA'S CAJUNS; MUSIC MAY SET A CULTURE ON ITS FEET AGAIN
Once again Poland sees just how tentative political stability can be
Britain and Argentina stick to their guns; For US, Soviet strategists, a proving ground for weapons
TOXIC WASTE DUMPING; WHY WARREN, MASS. SAYS 'NOT IN MY BACK YARD'
Blender fruit drinks for sipping on hot days
The law vs. drugs: making legislation work
Arab nations beat a path back to Egypt's open door
In the merry month of May
More West Bank deaths; Arabs warn of desperation
Women engineers' numbers begin to multiply
Everglades debate presents Watt with a fine kettle of fish
A 'pledge of spring'
College seniors shop a tighter job market
An Iwo Jima landing -- 37 years later
Soup kitchen for kids; Martha's Table Feeds Children of 'The New Poor'
Semiconductor firms in the chips again?
Zoe Caldwell's 'Medea,' a theatrical mountaintop; Medea Tragedy by Euripides, freely adapted by Robinson Jeffers. Starring Zoe Caldwell. Directed by...
3rd budget plan offered, slashing budget, tax cuts
10,000 Thai inmates freed in a bicentennial gesture