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Monitor Archive for September 1, 1982
Henderson sets record; Sutton acquired by Brewers
The pipeline quagmire
Brock weighs GOP pluses and minuses
Pentagon in end run to meet a payroll
West looks back to the year 1900; 1900, by Rebecca West. New York: The Viking Press. 190 pp. $19.95.
Time-sharing for your place in the sun: potential and cautions
Who said that?
Soviets cautious on Syrian threat
In Warsaw on a tense anniversary of Solidarity
Spain's Socialists gain ground
Chinese congress may revamp party leadership
55 m.p.h. -- enforce it or change it
Marbleizing: new uses for a traditional craft
Learn to visualize yourself while swinging
Druze question Israel's aid to Phalange
Orioles' third base woes
Two contrasting festivals and what they say about standards today
Fernando even better this year
New tax bill gives IRS more clout to ensure people pay up
Most school bells are ringing as economy discourages teacher strikes
What's good for US business abroad is not always good for the US
Wall Street may be in for new spate of big mergers
Crunchy garden vegetables make colorful appetizers
Hearing music unheard
PLO plans more attacks in Israel, not elsewhere
Of racism and discontent; A Man's Life, by Roger Wilkins.New York: Simon & Schuster. 371 pp. $17.95
Fall political races: on your mark . . . get set . . . spend!
Milwaukee's insurance policy
Sandwiches to take back-to-school
Broadway's striking new version of an Ibsen classic; Ghosts Play by Henrik Ibsen. Adaptaption by Arthur Kopit. Starring Liv Ullmann, John Neville, E...
Zimbabwe socialist slate to include whites in '85
Sweden's Abba sings the blues. . . And Socialist plans cause private industry to join the chorus
After the bombs in Beirut
Desisning Prisons with an eye toward rehabilitation
Iran hostage recalls crisis
Economic indicators rise for 4th month in a row
Race relations in Britain take a turn for the better
A Donovan link in mob violence?
Keeping watch on weapons
ABCs of the Soviet pipeline
Speak up for persecuted Soviet scientists
Comedy troupe's skits remind teachers that school can be fun
Who profits, who loses from fatter defense budgets. South, West get bulk of Pentagon contracts; US may pay a price in slow growth, investment, produ...
Israel against revising autonomy, Sharon says
West Germany agonizes over Hitler-era judges
Keeping watch on weapons and those who use them
Moscow twists Rubik's Cube -- into a pyramid
India an 'in' for West with Soviet trade
In Mississippi, a look at one town's progress