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Monitor Archive for September 29, 1982
Lebanon war transforms Syria from radical to moderate
Wrong customers for US police weapons
The dense-pack debate: Could MX really survive?
Spyers vs. Liars: despite US football strike, the game goes on in Moscow
Culinary affections turn to American cuisine
Proposed law-enforcement standards would limit police use of guns in US
Fantasy reminiscent of Tolkien and Adams; Quest for the Faradawn, by Richard Ford. New York: Delacorte Press. 310 pp. $ 14.95. Crystal Singer, by An...
Vietnam defies China; smiles on Southeast Asia
Israel decides to appoint panel on Beirut killings
A church call to halt Israeli aid
Some surprise candidates for 1982 honors
PLO Army chief of staff is killed in an ambush
New Chinese Army czar expected to revivify brass
The game of the name
Trimming federal fat -- what Reagan's doing
Help wanted: a qualified US secretary of energy
Roasted red peppers as colorful appetizer
Looking for answers to Mexico's economic chaos
Baking acorn squash
Reagan aide looks at what's ahead for New Federalism
What to do about the public's nuclear angst?
Personal story stirs the heart
Following the inner honesty
International Harvester will close Indiana truck plant
The UN: another Beirut casualty
Ulster politician drops campaign, citing violence
Tackling Everest with a new twist
A New York bank drops its prime rate to 13%
Overfishing, poaching among snags for Northwest salmon industry
Dissent in the USSR -- silenced but not crushed
Cookbook from Berkeley's Chez Panisse
US checks on rifle items reported found in Beirut
Make sure paying off mortgage early is best for you
Antique dealers weather a market downturn
Collateral of hope and love
Balanced budget and flat-rate tax are popular, but
US metrics battle: so far, public won't give an inch
Helmut Kohl: A profile of West Germany's 'nice guy'
US foreign trade deficit hit record high in August
Sets, not vocal style, star as Met's new season gets under way
Was Columbus going bald? Old prints can tell tales
Simplification, not flax tax, in Senate panel's sights
Seattle area tries new program to save farmland for contented cows
Some new verve in an old method of book publicity
Ginger: a versatile spice that can be snappy or subtle
A tradition of spiritual healing
Kirkpatrick essays cite dangers of simplistic utopianism and moralism; Dictatorships and Double Standards, by Jeane J. Kirkpatrick. New York: Simon...
South Korea builds diplomatic bridges to third world
Breath of spring fails to buoy hopes in economically troubled Argentina
'Hi, mom, I'll be late. I'm still 31,000 feet over Dallas'
Portugal looks to US for new influx of dollars
Fall vegetable dish combines carrots, cranberries
Profit link holds up Chrysler pact
Move over King Tut; Kermit's coming to town
N.Y.'s Kitchen opens new season of . . . er . . . progressive music