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Monitor Archive for August 16, 1982
The voice heard -- and believed -- 'round the world
Correcting mistakes in the Horn of Africa
Glen Cove, N.Y: a small city takes on two superpowers
Computers may head off world clashes in year 2000
Bucket brigade (or, Having a brush with artistry)
New Bedford fishes for ways to clear its harbor of PCBs
Sprawling Bombay seeks answer to overcrowding
A summer nature walk on the beach
Nicaragua gears up for 'invasion threat'
Making laws at the ballot box: first you get lots of signatures
The pipeline showdown
Teen-age businessman is cashing in with coins
New shades of meaning
Filling the airwaves with local radio
Ballot initiatives: sloppy laws from special interests?
Emily Vermeule -- an archaeologist who digs for the deeper meaning
Stranded American family rescued in the Caribbean
A vivid look at the Dalai Lama of Tibet, his people, and their vigil
A taxing tune-up for Reaganomics
Mexicans knew economy was sinking when tortilla price soared
Clean Air Act reformers boosted by new report
Beyond the battle for west Beirut
Candid student editor assesses her high school
West's farm subsidy bad for 3rd world, study says
Where are the 'hotshots' of yesteryear?
Long Island school board lifts its book ban
A permanent, happy home
Occidental makes bid to buy Cities Service
Big brokerage bridles as salesmen cut loose
Cool and calm is fine for astronauts -- but for a presidential hopeful?
4,000 years old?
Sudan tests Qaddafi offer to lead anti-Israel troops
Congress comes to grips with touchy social issues before heading home for August recess
EC reopens trade talks with Washington
Saudis may sell oil to companies beside Aramco
World Bank sees tough going for least-favored nations
America's flying billboard
Food security and 'gene banks'
Polish government tries softer line as Solidarity nears second birthday
Ensuring enjoyable grandparent visits as children grow older
Israel softer on PLO pullout
A Forest in the Night
S. Lebanon's Palestinians again ask: where can we go?
Babe Herman's antics, hitting kept Ebbets Field lively
Western, Asian efforts cut Indochina's refugee flow
Ways to prevent erosion of world's topsoil
Mister Ice Cream Man