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Monitor Archive for July 14, 1982
Lighting up the terrain
UN acts to avert move into Iraq by Iranians
Road salt entices sea flora inland
Saudis and Gulf allies call for UN sanctions on Israel
Peru highlands on alert over guerrilla attacks
US-European Community relations on the blink
Case dropped against one in Japanese-IBM case
Let the Taiwanese decide
Leading Palestinian to visit Washington for talks
Clothing designers keep their wardrobes workable and simple
Lebanon revives classic query: Who makes foreign policy?
China on a nostalgic note for days of Soviet amity
Algeria: Arab mecca, patron of third-world liberation movements
Faulty flight recording gives few clues to crash
A forward-looking museum
Body from Salvadoran plot may be that of US writer
Inside 20th-century music
Voice of America, 'starved for funds,' seeks bigger budget
Nicaragua says it's ready to have talks with US
Masterly lessons on foreign-policy making; The Past Has Another Pattern: Memoirs, by George W. Ball. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. 527 pp. $19.95.
The new New Federalism - will cities do better on their own?
Pro-gun lobby turns from polishing its firearms to polishing its image.
Throwing energy to the winds in the Caribbean
Adam Smith necktie is a Washington status symbol
Japan defense budget may soon break symbolic limit
A Zionist initiative
New American art Museums
A case for informed, moral, responsive politics; Speaking Up, by Millicent Fenwick. New York: Harper & Row. 187 pp. $12.95.
Communist Hungary avoids fitting East-bloc mold
President and the polls: why Reagan is moving up
China's Kazakhs: livestock breeders and yurt builders
Melanie Kahane: creative table settings with a special cachet
Can US handle another oil cutoff?; New energy study mixes hope with warning
The price of going it alone in the World Bank
The bankruptcy ledger
17th Century French Paintings
Noncommunist screws are tightened on Vietnam
Don't dismiss Brezhnev's nuclear pledge
Even US mayors find Taiwan issue tough to juggle
Budd Company gets no US break in New York subway car battle
Lebanese Shiites torn between Israelis, Christians, PLO
Closed-end mutual funds can open up bargains
Teen prostitution - efforts to halt its rise are spotty, but growing
Untamed Scottish course awaits British Open contestants
Saturday school in Soweto: 'These children want to learn'
Argentines, 'duped' by junta, distrust financial fix-it plan
After the war: Argentina and the West
For modern sculpture at its best - don't fence it in
Energy savers that can take the heat off summer utility bills
UAW in petition drive for a made-in-US law
Baseball at midseason marked by tight division races
Reagan to Begin: concern, not rebuke
Scientific research is a priority for French Socialists
The parents of their country
Raising the cigarette tax
The Bible on home computer - a new way to search the Scriptures
Gun control and crime rates
S&L 'money funds' in Maryland, Ohio
We can grow up together
Voting-rights campaign will begin in S. Carolina
Will Haddadland rejoin Lebanon?