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Monitor Archive for January 6, 1983
School-prayer alternative championed by Hatfield
US: Soviet satellite may crash
Students seeking aid urged to act early
Visitors to China discover a hungering for more contacts with the West
How employee's opinion of top brass affects his work
When Mrs. Thatcher talks, interviewers interrupt -- why?
Room at the table
Popcorn in Britain? Don't munch'n it
Debt forces Martin Marietta to put some groups on block
Consumer loans cheaper, but big relief looks unlikely
A Turkish twist in plot to kill Pope
'Dark Crystal' a new direction in high-tech fantasy
'La Belle Epoque' exhibit highlights 19th-century fashion
Director George Abbott
Peace signals emerging in Middle East
Massachusetts vs. apartheid
The Kremlinologist gap: Do fewer experts in US mean a window of vulnerability?
US seabed dispute undermining UN?
American trumpeter Art Farmer's cool notes in Vienna
Guatemala's 'bum rap'?
Football potpourri: fired coaches, Viking-turned-analyst, college playoff
Some tough decisions as usual in Hall of Fame balloting
Higher education and Reagan: a report card
Teaming up for recovery
Africa's Senegambia: a confederation more of form than substance
The many masks of modern art
Benjamin Rosenthal, N.Y. congressman
France cracking down on Corsican violence
Soviet labor problem: too many jobs
Harnessing sun's energy for industrial purposes
Ceramics: better car engines, tougher drill bits
View from my window
New year, new view
Scientists study Martian sand to stop snow drifts on Earth
Dilemma of an exterior decorator
1,500 Poles still held in jail, Warsaw says
Reagan signing gas-tax bill
In time of war, could Soviets rely on their Eastern allies?
Zimbabwe sees South African conspiracy in rebel sabotage attacks
Elegant and elemental Kelly show
American optimism shows marked revival, say pollsters
Furnace adjustment could take some chill out of your heat bill
French TV: Now for a word from your government . . .
Gramm's defection -- another tear in the fabric of party discipline
Coloreds, many whites rallying round South African power-sharing plan
Polish primate named cardinal
Ford offers longer pacts to cost-paring suppliers
Sunbelt economy doesn't shine on the Delta
Sloanes: the English counterpart to America's 'preppies'
Mobil says it dropped operations in Libya
Who for the vice-presidency?
New Japanese premier to visit South Korea, US