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Monitor Archive for August 12, 1982
Soviet crackdown fades -- has crime?
PLO official sees period of diplomacy ahead -- guns laid aside, but handy
Argentine political parties urge elections next year
Move over, Mr. President -- Congress wants a say on pipeline sanctions
Quebec Liberal leader, Claude Ryan, resigns
US bests rivals in trade with China
The pen and the ax
How Saudi Arabia is quietly working to bring stability to the Middle East
Rams try to regroup behind quarterback Bert Jones
Beyond Lebanon: What's to be done with Palestinians?
Why Japan revises war role
Senate unit wants to put permanent ceiling on debt
Exit Spadolini; enter Spadolini?
Grand preparations afoot for the return of Halley's comet
S. Africa's Namibia policy: talk peace . . . and wield big stick
Touchy credit-control bill is backed on House panel
The importance of not seeing Halley's comet
Vietnam hopes less dogmatism will mean more grain
How the rest of the world views Reagan's foreign policy
US-European rift over steel exports grows wider
Senate approves funds for Caribbean Basin aid
Political straws, USA, August 1982
West Europe besieged by bankruptcies
Convicted murderer executed in Virginia
Computer links prison inmates to new career
Bored encounters with the third world
Cherchez the scapegoat
'Pirate Movie' not worth its salt
Iraq bows out as summit site
Terrorist attacks continue in Paris
Soaring high on 'motorcycles' of the sky
Rustle of creation
Saab turbo performs on all roads
What brought the collapse of giant AEG-Telefunken
Closure by US in South Korea adds to strife with labor
Pilot caution -- keynote of D.C. crash study
Next stop for mass transit -- Deregulation Street?
Outcome of primaries in Georgia and Michigan
French child models: wage-earners at an early age
A newer New Center for Detroit -- thanks to GM
But I'm not superstitious!
A sumptuous 'Swan Lake' by the London Festival Ballet
Groundbreaker for vocal jazz
Japan's textbook tempest
Midwest debates high-speed-rail costs
US judge seeks changes in plan to break up AT&T
Rumba, corn belt-style: Can WHO weather Cuban radio?
Hoping with Habib
For B. L.
Conductor-violinist Pinchas Zukerman; Servant of Sound
In swinging, use right shoulder as a rudder
Television's 'battle of Lebanon' -- distortions?
Reagan off to the stump in heavy pitch for tax hike
Civilians and military vie to fill year-old Panama power vacuum
Ironman cyclist John Howard stuck in high gear