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Monitor Archive for August 11, 1982

Reputation in the art world -- a boom-or-bust affair
A place in the silence
Rain dance rained out
A look at the Reagan administration's civil rights record
British strike curtails hospital admissions
US accuses EC of steel dumping
Execution of convict stayed in Virginia
Bank 'repos' draw investors despite lack of insurance
Fall fashions for larger-size women
Cold mousses are attractive, versatile
Largest Soviet offensive in Afghanistan war fails to hold Panjshir
The Soviet-Arab disenchantment
ALSO OF NOTE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
School prayer in Alabama held up by federal judge
Denver Bears doing well, but city still wants a big league baseball team
Mitterrand's decentralization plan trips over Corsica
A decision for Israel -- diplomacy or warfare
Dollars -- and sense -- vs. tuition tax credits
Reporter's notebook: the lighter side of a summer in France
What Christian Science says about man and sin
ALSO OF NOTE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
US governors put the squeeze on Mr. Reagan
Does America need megahighways?

ALSO OF NOTE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
French minister's visit to South Korea -- the rift that never took place
Food molds crafted from antique copper designs
P.S. from Mr. Haig
A 'flea market' -- for millionaires only
Atlanta's downward spiral
Poles mum on the future of unions
Youngblood makes fast switch
Cuban steel official defects, Spain says

Ban on chemical weapons gets US prod at Geneva
Reagan turns to Democrats for votes to pass tax hike
Tomatoes brimming with tabbouleh
Is Prop. 13 tax-revolt banner unraveling?
DeCinces hits Ruthian stride
20-cent stamp will hold until 1984, Bolger says
Detroit tools up for long-haul sales race with Japan
Slick rookies abound; homer heroics
Recession saps black ink from state budget books
Why no one wants grain from plains of Maine
Salads ideas with fresh greens
Cookbooks for preserving, cooking, reading
15 Nicaraguan exiles arrested in Costa Rica
Pipeline prudence
Inside 20th-century music
Lebanon seeks to block Arab meeting in Morocco
Israel pursuing peace its own way: with both olive branch and sword
US: cautious optimism
Trying to put things right along the Love Canal
Italy's industrial leaders want early elections
Spirited classics for back-to-school wardrobes
Americans' support for Israel -- still deep, but showing signs of erosion
Japan spars over WWII accounts
Liverpool -- from seamy seaport to garden spot and industrial jewel?
'Vanity' presses -- boon or bane to writers who can't get published?