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Monitor Archive for January 24, 1983
Court suits fought over faulty products: a costly legal maze
Getting out of debt
OPEC reaches a production sharing accord
Fewer Kampuchean refugees in Thailand, but problems remain
Born with hope, Zimbabwe bears burdens of nationhood
Business faculty shortage offers lucrative career opportunity
Options for small colleges facing enrollment decline
What's up at NASA in 1983
Making a few things perfectly clear . . . Soviet style
E.T. writes home
Bringing the family together by reading aloud
As flood waters ebb, aid for Louisiana residents increases
A couple of stock-pickers with a fervent following
Tanzanian coup foiled, but not economic woes
Vatican to present new canon law code
Making school texts to satisfy choosers, users
Connecticut photonics firms lack pool of trained talent
Latest weekly money data
Israel sidesteps clashes with US marines
Is it time to trade in 'trade-off'?
US ties student loans to draft
Airport becomes asset for high-tech firms
Time for update on state of Union
Peering through the clouds of the universe
Britain is quietly searching for a Falklands solution
NFL in danger of indulging in too much forward passing
Is the Pentagon buying the right defense mix?
Mubarak warns time running out for US in Mideast
US inflation plunges in '82; likely to stay low
Western European and American works at National Gallery
El Salvador gets another 6 months of US aid
George Shultz for president?
China accuses Soviets of distorting border dispute
Success, failure, and life's stresses through a soccer goalie's eyes; The Boy's Own Story Play by Peter Flannery. Starring Jim Piddock. Directed by...
Cultivating a taste for music at a young age
French stand firm behind NATO plans to deploy missiles
Company; Written by Samuel Beckett. Performed by Frederick Neumann. Music by Philip Glass.
Nathaniel West novella receives grim but skillful dramatization
Finding the real desert harvest
Mexican President moves to unravel web of corruption
LDC debt: potential crisis contained?
'Wash them clean'