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Monitor Archive for December 22, 1983

Three poems; It has been said and now is found that no two harvests are ever the same
USSR space policy outlines goal of colonies in space, on moon
News In Brief
UN General Assembly session dominated by US-Soviet chill
Dialogue, but not much action, ahead on acid-rain issue
If I were offered one American painting . . .
If Raphael had been an American . . .
News In Brief
'Uncle' wants you to register for draft, if you want his money
Yankee record in the Steinbrenner era no match for old days
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
New York City Ballet's 'Nutcracker' production blends fantasy and discipline
If Raphael had been an American . . .
From nation's pulpits, a Christmas message of comfort and hope
News In Brief
And so it is found
Stockholm may be Poland's escape hatch from Soviet missiles
The emotional goulash of 'Endearment'; a spirited 'Yentl'
Peace
Three poems; It has been said and now is found that no two harvests are ever the same
News In Brief
The personal-computer spectrum has a strong shade of Big Blue; In the market for just two years, IBM has pioneered a standard with its PC
The ideological struggle for control of Republican Party; GOP success after Reagan depends on who's at helm
Economists look at '84 -- and smile; The outlook is pleasant: slower but steady growth, with some modest increase in inflation, consumer prices, and...
'Uncle' wants you to register for draft, if you want his money
UN General Assembly session dominated by US-Soviet chill
From nation's pulpits, a Christmas message of comfort and hope
Rental cars at a penny a minute could be answer to urban snarls
Balanchine recalled: the price and rewards of dancing for Apollo;
NATO's next step: reassure wary public; Missiles are being deployed but the arms debate goes on
Dreaming of a quiet Christmas?
Church architecture: creating environments for 'events of spirit'
The ideological struggle for control of Republican Party; GOP success after Reagan depends on who's at helm
Balanchine recalled: the price and rewards of dancing for Apollo;
A gas-pricing compromise
Made in Fremont
Stockholm may be Poland's escape hatch from Soviet missiles
News In Brief
New York City Ballet's 'Nutcracker' production blends fantasy and discipline
The emotional goulash of 'Endearment'; a spirited 'Yentl'
Chrysler unveils 'most researched' vehicle in its history
Underwear and other gifts children don't want for Christmas; Dilemma: how to sound sincere when saying thanks
Dialogue, but not much action, ahead on acid-rain issue
Those hidden antiques are still out there
China's government and people work together to save pandas
News In Brief
Jesse Jackson's case
Echo
And so it is found
News In Brief
Yankee record in the Steinbrenner era no match for old days
Jesse Jackson's case
To reduce the danger, Part 4
To reduce the danger, Part 4
Made in Fremont
Businessmen in Philippines protest Marcos rule -- and a mounting financial crisis
China's government and people work together to save pandas
News In Brief
Businessmen in Philippines protest Marcos rule -- and a mounting financial crisis
Chrysler unveils 'most researched' vehicle in its history
News In Brief
News In Brief
Rental cars at a penny a minute could be answer to urban snarls
The many sides to English painter Turner -- displayed in Paris
The personal-computer spectrum has a strong shade of Big Blue; In the market for just two years, IBM has pioneered a standard with its PC
News In Brief
USSR space policy outlines goal of colonies in space, on moon
Economists look at '84 -- and smile; The outlook is pleasant: slower but steady growth, with some modest increase in inflation, consumer prices, and...
The many sides to English painter Turner -- displayed in Paris
Dreaming of a quiet Christmas?
Underwear and other gifts children don't want for Christmas; Dilemma: how to sound sincere when saying thanks
News In Brief
Those hidden antiques are still out there
Echo
News In Brief
Church architecture: creating environments for 'events of spirit'
NATO's next step: reassure wary public; Missiles are being deployed but the arms debate goes on
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
If I were offered one American painting . . .
Peace
News In Brief
A gas-pricing compromise
News In Brief
News In Brief