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Monitor Archive for September 27, 1982

US vote: nay on assailing Israel
Really George

Allied absorbs Bendix; Martin Marietta goes free
Decency and cable TV
Why Lebanese don't call for probe of massacre
As Congress winds down, few laurels for New Right
Where the economy is heading
Keeping in touch with high-school boarders
US tries to catch Soviets; Race to put weapons in space
Ed Meese: the man President Reagan trusts to do the talking for him
The Moon
Turks look for a niche in W. Germany; . . . as Germans try to come to grips with cultural differences
Sun and oil and brotherhood
Honduras under pressure; Threatened from without -- and within
Why experts see a continued slide in interest rates
Down to the wire on changes in immigration law

Ibsen's Nora returns -- in a Harold Prince musical; A Doll's Life Musical with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Music by Larry Gros...
The two speeds of American lives
Love New York City? Give a policeman a horse!
How to sell the flat tax politically
How to control clubface throughout swing
'The Next Wave' will shake up conventional ideas of what art is all about
Striking pro football players get little sympathy from this corner

The story of pretzel-making
US economic indicators show August decline


From the stage to all the world's a stage: Shakespeare focus
Living in England

Day-care services in demand for infants and toddlers
New Jerusalem: for a lasting peace
The heat of silence


The President's strategy
Kenya gets its first woman pastor -- big step for Africa
Poll shows US public's support for Israel eroding
Recession prompts ad-agency rethinking as budgets dwindle
A fresh start for Sino-Soviet ties?
New York lesson
Marines' landing held up as Israelis linger in Beirut
A freer market for televised college games? Football's other controversy
Sales seen as good path to the board room for women
West German FDP party gets worst blow ever

In fearsome fight for power those leviathans did swirl
Russians, Jews, Beirut: comments on a Moscow street
How to twist a pretzel
Shakespeare the teacher
Democrat Cuomo now faces GOP's Lehrman in New York governor race
How Mexico's economy spun out of control
Top brass substitutes, Soviet kids, De-wheeling debtors