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Monitor Archive for January 31, 1983
Mrs. Gandhi reshuffles Cabinet to revitalize party
Warning lights for truckers
'The Entertainer' returns -- this time with Nicol Williamson; The Entertainer. Play by John Osborne. Starring Nicol Williamson. Directed by William...
The other sister
Rich land, poor people -- new Navajo leader seeks a better balance
The Other Dimension
Latest weekly money data
Border is opened, Ghanaians leave Nigeria
US and China in accord on Kremlin
A stockbroker shares Reagan's high regard for high technology
IRAQ; in war and peace; Hussein's blitzkrieg on Iran: 28 months in a Persian quagmire
Lebanon sees rise in violence over weekend
Pro football pressure cooker causing coaching burnout
Saving the world's heritage -- minus the US?
Recovery could overhaul Washington's priorities
The importance of oil in our world today
Laurie Anderson's multimedia blitz
Heating costs are up -- or down -- depending on fuel
A pledge to locate those still missing in Vietnam
Chores teach children confidence, worth
Will Vogel stay on sidelines in German vote?
Taking the fun out of being governor
Household tasks for preschoolers
Britain pursues wind power with gusto despite poor US results
Corporation tax may not vanish, but it's shrinking
Salvadorean troops regain control of strategic town
This year, the budget's not the only game in town
On expected recovery, inflation threat, bond market, interest rates
Why plain-speaking Nakasone upsets many Japanese
Lebanon a key to wider Mideast peace
War on wage hikes results in a victory for Italian unity
Complex US budget drama plays to whole world
IRAQ; in war and peace; From an oil-rich boom country to war and financial doldrums
Cutting health costs
Truck drivers due to go on strike today
Head of church council assails ''60 Minutes''
First world competition in . . . water sculpture?
California assesses damage from storms
Did Kafka leave a note in the margin?
No lack of friends
Caution is the byword in Reagan's 1984 budget plans
Military holds out an olive branch
Socialists flout Spain's church . . . but not its bankers
Colorado students take part in planning US space future
Mag-lev trains: fast flight -- at ground level
Corporations move to fill US education gap
A drama aptly lit