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Monitor Archive for August 23, 1982
Real tax bill gains: fiscal discipline, bipartisanship
Villagers go hungry as bush country suffers worst drought in 50 years
Can Federal Reserve be made to rein in interest rates?
Shultz consults diplomatic experts on Soviet Union
After the PLO exit
Sampling problems of professionals rounds out academic training
30 states pull out the stops to keep drinkers from driving
India's forests endangered by city-dwelling officials' determination to make them 'pay'
Mexico wins fiscal reprieve, but for how long?
Family ends the day with a 'children's hour'
Kenya setting up new Air Force
The rural South -- where most of nation's black mayors serve
Paris bomb attack linked to anti-US extremists
Megabombs and their megastatistics
The key to global growth
Joan Joyce leaves softball glory behind; turns to pro golf
Strong defense does not need more money
Where PLO groups are going and when they will leave
Carter: US gave Israeli invasion a green light
Giving and forgiving
Zimbabwe whites: most try to find niche under black rule
Santa Fe: a place for the new and obscure in opera
Day-care programs allow teen parents to finish school
Deadline for rail settlement nears; economic stakes high
Exploring an inner landscape: William Butler Yeats
Spadolini pieces together 5-party coalition
Getting together with Leonid
Movies try new tactics in battle with TV
India's film industry: production soars, but it's mostly for export
Western Europe takes a right turn off socialist path
US pulls a switch at space parley
Colleges, Universities, receive large gifts from private, corporate philanthropy
IMF report notes progress on inflation, US deficit, continued recession
Do sun's variations affect Earth's weather? Link still eludes scientists
Polish government ignores Gdansk moderates' effort to open dialogue
Big California retailer is starting up a bank
A strong start marks the arrival of Elisa Monte's dance company
As PLO leaves Lebanon, Israel focuses on getting Syria to withdraw
Black mayors are enthusiastic, but face special problems
China calls US account of joint accord distorted
How big a bailout for S&Ls?
William Paley reportedly to resign from CBS
How you can travel out West -- and take your bank with you
Interest rates: events, not Reagan, forced Fed's hand
PLO maps out its post-Beirut political future
Jane Byrne: off and running for reelection in Chicago
Big Board took huge trading volume with newfound ease
Weidenbaum looks ahead at economy, back at White House
So you want to be a reporter? Start writing!
Career Discovery Program helps orient design students
Unimpressed with Reaganomics
Arafat packs bags for Tunisia, but plans to be elusive
Cheerleaders today must be athletes in their own right
China and Pakistan open up mutual border