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Monitor Archive for December 28, 1983

Beirut, once Paris of Mideast, loses heart
The author speaks
The Old West is deglamorized in a stark, convincing new novel; The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, by Ron Hansen. New York:...
Yogurt - fast becoming a staple in many American kitchens
News In Brief
Tree-2
For the Newmarks, loving New York started long time ago
The common thread in maneuverings of Soviet hierarchy
On Reagan, war, and peace
Playoff turnovers loom large; Gregg takes reins in Green Bay
How to be a Creole cook in two-and-a-half hours
Sunny jams and jellies to make on dark winter days
News In Brief
News In Brief
Spying in America: 'double agents' seek to outwit East-bloc high-tech espionage
Lord Snow, a friend
News In Brief
One-party Jamaica?
News In Brief
News In Brief
Freezing by degrees
Don't save me from the left or right
Raisin-studded fritters: a scrumptious salute to the new year
News In Brief
Cold snap and farm support freeze
Hold on to your angel
States knocking at taxpayers' doors
A chastened Nakasone renews his vows
On the average
New York's concert season at midpoint: some highlights recalled
Books for birders who go afield, to sea, or even stay at home;
One-half of 1 percent
Here's how Jan. 1 breakup of AT&T will affect telephone bills and service
Face to face
Laos and US cooperate in search for MIAs
'Precious Legacy' - treasures from an embattled culture
It takes a carefully planned network of traps to catch a spy
News In Brief
News In Brief
From an expert: lessons on baking the ultimate chocolate cake
How will our pop heroes sound 100 years from today?
Books for birders who go afield, to sea, or even stay at home;
Kissinger panel's $1 billion solution
News In Brief
A new agenda for NASA - beyond the pioneering stage
For a complete workout, think cross-country
Coming up - a high court ruling on interest-free college loans