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Monitor Archive for January 20, 1983
The women who worry Mrs. Thatcher
US says output last year was the worst in 36 years
Israelis report skirmishes with rebels in Lebanon
Turkey treads carefully as it explores Bulgarian role in Mafia
Mitsubishi, marketed with its own label, off to a fast US start
Test-driving a De Lorean -- at last
College sports under scrutiny - and the world of science on 'Discover'
Business trying to cut high cost of health care
Are the odds against finding a job?
Water cleanup: states get larger share of the job
Top US Olympians selected; NFL scoring title examined
Business tells Reagan to put economic house in order
US soldiers will train in Honduras and Panama
American Express testing a service for speedy letters
Saving the Southwest's mysterious 'geoglyphs'
'New Philosopher'; Bernard-Henri Levy
On '80s boom, defense cut, foreign outlook, Fed policy
Namibia independence hopes slip as government collapses
Diplomatic fight over Kampuchea outweighs military action
Watt: Indian reservations show failure of socialism
Discount burgers: Do coupons help fast-food chains?
The Rostow affair
US envoy calls for GIs to safeguard Israeli exit
High-tech football: it's third down and the computer says 'pass'
Town loses ground in battle to keep hazardous-waste plant out
W. Germans tell Gromyko they still back missile plan
Some flexibility on missiles; Nitze optimistic about arms talks
Bar code scanners find widespread use
Reagan urges more letup by Japan on US imports
More states consider curfews for teen drivers
Monthly Movie Guide
White House, labor leaders try some fence mending
US, allies plot 2 steps for world economic recovery
Brooke Shields in Israel's 'Sahara'
Democracy lives in the video age
Ancient Indian 'sun dagger' tracked the seasons
A visit with Esta
Company and campus advance the teaching of high-tech basics
More students find they need one more extra credit: a job
Court tangles with TV taping
Free speech on TV - but for whom?
Putting winter on ice
UN peace-keeping force to stay on in Lebanon
Challenges and rewards of living single
Argentine fighter-bombers moved closer to Falklands
Corporations start to install revolving doors for retirees
On the confusing trail of a golf interview, ultimately with Sandra Post
The many masks of modern art
Iraq planning to continue war with $4 billion deficit
Two US allies in Mideast smile toward Soviets
A 19th-century German village prospers in Columbus
'That Championship Season' wins only some of the time
Arab diplomats maneuver over Reagan peace plan