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Monitor Archive for September 7, 1982
Dartmouth's way to start college life: a hike in the hills
Dealing with contagion
Nixon in Peking to mark his first visit
A day unstinted
How the private sector can help 'nonprofits'
The American heritage
A look at century-old Bering Sea art; Inua: Spirit World of the Bering Sea Eskimo, by William W. Fitzhugh and Susan A. Kaplan, with contributions by...
Museum exhibitions of note
First volume of Tennyson's letters reads like a Jane Austen novel; The Letters of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Volume I: 1821-1850, edited by Cecil Y. Lang...
Cabbage Key: a jungly isle that has the feeling of old Florida
No-shows prevail at talks to solve absenteeism
US economy shows buoyancy, decline at the same time
Polish Embassy taken in Berne
Tales of the swift and not-so-swift in the bull market
India: fire and ashes
The Palestine issue is joined
Indian elite: 'Rural poor don't need education'
A chill on bankers' row
Korea's youngest published authors
California's Prop. 8 -- an abuse of direct democracy?
QE2; A transatlantic crossing
When time is of the essence
Congress has its work cut out: money woes, bills due
Israel blames Syria for capture of Israeli soldiers
As yellow buses roll again, are US schools doing too much or too little?
Mass. governor seeks release of jailed reporter
Top players, mixed bag of others advance at US Open
Why S. Africa evicts Mr. Hari from his home
Mexicans pleased with fixed peso rate, less sure about other reforms
A bill worth rescuing
Small Polish town still dazed from heavy riots
Mubarak's telling next move
Reagan: the slippage factor
High tech and Leonardo da Vinci
Soviet aim: undercut Reagan Mideast plan
As world's debt mounts, US proposes new 'shock absorbers' for IMF
West Bank Palestinians: US plan 'is better than nothing'
Little big things
The way to jobs
A better Soviet missile?
Hard times bolster labor's resolve
A dancer's tale of two countries
Can inner-city schools be revived? Yes, says Chicago's superintendent
Key guerrilla strongholds turned over to Lebanon
An interview with the 'Falklands' captain of the QE2
Haig returns to advise United Technologies
Abandoned children: signs of families who need help
At Andover, summer planting bears fall harvest
New to school? Student ambassador is instant friend
Arab summit leaders cast eyes -- but not votes -- on US plan
Plath journals offer new insights;
Looking at the new season and the forces shaping it
China congress: gearing for future with reforms of past
Regan says US might revamp pipeline sanctions