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Monitor Archive for June 16, 1982
Poles squeezed out of vacations
Pressure mounts on junta as Argentines try to put defeat behind them
'Lifting' the ground
All Lebanon holds its breath as peace efforts continue
Share-the-oil-wealth plan still pushed in Alaska
Tax status of US securities
'Underground' radio: travel advisories and ads, ads, ads
And now the arts of peace
Fifty years of Harlem history, with photos; This Was Harlem: A Cultural Portrait, 1900-1950, by Jervis Anderson. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux In...
Around the diamond
Mariners not sinking for once; a 'Comeback' candidate
Best of current cloak and dagger; Blood Royal, by Arden Winch. New York: The Viking Press. 258 pp. $14.95.; The President's Man, by Nicholas Guild....
Loan application turned down? Check your credit bureau record
Network officials reply to the report
No local taxes! Here's how two Iowa towns did it
Are people smarter in Japan?
US to give El Salvador bombers, survey planes
US attacks 'pull factor' by limiting admission of Indochina refugees
Soviets reported enlarging Baltic base for big buildup
AFL-CIO defends Israel, criticizes US 'scolding'
Jubilant at winning Falklands war, Britain now aims to win the peace
Angels better defensively
Business school the butt of button-down humor
Highlights of NIMH report say it's what a child watches on TV
Ruppert Jones on fire
Boswell on baseball: a super team; How Life Imitates the World Series, by Thomas Boswell. New York: Doubleday & Co. 296 pp. $14.95.
Soviets resupplying mauled Syrian forces
Will NATO ever understand Iceland?
Defeat punctures Argentine self-deception
Chile devalues peso to perk up economy
Lorine Niedecker: Poetry in a minor key
Downdrafts; Deciphering them may make air travel safer
Soviet athletes revisit Peking after 17-year lull
Falklands defeat could speed Argentine A-bomb
Welding a lasting peace in Falklands -- the US role
Row over race reform splits Afrikaner church
S. Africa moves to create Mozambique buffer zone
Reproductions from stately homes here and abroad
Food stamp 'workfare' OK'd by Senate panel
They won't initiate N-use, Soviets vow at UN parley
Chaco Canyon: preserving a cultural treasure
Fugitive ex-CIA agent arrested in New York
Reagan soft-pedals talk of economic revival after GOP budget victory
New status for today's artist: up -- by a little
Getting 'more lenient' on antitrust
Ma Bell's long-awaited Baby Bell: look out IBM
US eases up on rules for corporate mergers
T-shirt training fleeced taxpayers, senator says
Getting free of alcohol addiction
Lebanon: the (censored) price of war
Israel helps Lebanon clean up, as shelling goes on
School case won for aliens' kids
Can children learn creativity by watching TV?