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Monitor Archive for June 29, 1982

Commercial satellite owners look to condominium twist
Roxbury: glimmers of hope amid racial suspicion
1,000,000,000 Chinese in biggest head count
Business, bird-watchers team up to save the eagle
The Royal Danish Ballet - a jewel of world dance
Hussein's distaste for US policy
Frisky new one
How Kremlin hopes to use START to its advantage
Reagan soft on racism, Kennedy tells NAACP
Railwaymen halt strike that stymied Britain
A Belgian town says it wants no NATO missiles
India and US hope to clear the air before Gandhi visit to Washington
Court rules on rights for deaf
Setting the US course
Black politics finds new energy in the '80s
Coming soon: world Pluto Platter championships
Soggy, but undaunted Wimbledon sloshes into second week of play
Doctors, lawyers, and antitrust
China's peasants can afford bicycles, but can't find many
Reaching out to the elderly around the world
Honduran troops aiding El Salvador, rebels say
PLO nears agreement to relocate
Acid rain: politics not technology at issue?
What's in a royal name
Yugoslav party: younger, ready to tackle problems, push reforms
Created equal
Revolution in American popular music
The NAACP's 'year of the ballot'
An elite little street with the best cotton shirts in London
New foreign minister named in Argentina
Battle for regulatory turf may complicate mergers
The Yorkshire Dales
More talk about the draft; Uncle Sam wants . . . who?
Mr. Haig leaves Washington
Six-month probe finds insufficient evidence to prosecute Donovan
Trimming social programs; Reagan and the fairness issue
Simmering anger over Israeli invasion; Moderate Arabs fear popular backlash
Book banning: justices say schools must have sound educational reason
Finding a balance
Getting it all together
Finding timeless home furnishings
No surprise: Mondale, Kennedy lead Democrats for '84
Wrong way to promote innovation
The problems of teaching old banks new tricks
Israeli warning sets off exodus from west Beirut
Presidential immunity: court rules, but debate rages on
Columbia hits minor snags, but so far flight is a breeze
Future economic blueprint will stress high-tech, R&D