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Monitor Archive for February 17, 1983
Japan, land of rising golfers; football's free agents; NBA strategy
Corporeal mime performance (for Tom)
Whistle-blower accuses EPA of 'sweetheart deals'
A way to talk a computer into running a program
Compact housing: better living in smaller spaces
In Naples, citizens and merchants fight organized crime by first conquering the fear of speaking out
Making deserts bloom -- using Japanese rice husks
Colorful sunsets and rich scientific harvest; El Chichon: eruption of the century
Adelman nomination runs into trouble in Senate
Soviets man SA-5 missiles sent to Syria, Shultz says
Canada finds few buyers for its gas
When to stop in El Salvador
Congress renews push to toughen gun-control laws
Aided by 200-mile ban on foreign boats, US fishing revives
Independent animators: 'Don't blink or you'll miss it'
Isla Vista: many tongues foster learning, not confusion
South Africa's Botha gaining ground in modern-day 'Boer' war
NPR brings the wrath -- and grandeur -- of 'Empire' to radio
An Indian view of Indian needs
Inherit the night
Strauss advice to Reagan: don't let Begin anger you
Mr. Sharon steps down, but. . . .
Coping with pride of success
Asia: economic, political bright spot for West
Alternative high school hopes to rebound
''Not made in Hollywood''
Monthly Movie Guide
Microcomputer sales likely to skyrocket
Minimum-wage law adds up to not as many youth jobs
US Army undergoes big changes, from tanks to tactics
Italy's war with the 'new' Mafia: tough laws fail to quell violence
Though charming and dazzling, show packs a ponderous plot; Mixing music, magic, and 'Merlin' for a Doug Henning spectacular; Merlin Musical comedy s...
Israel violates Lebanese line
Hard-liners may force firmer stance by Arafat
Hondas with 'made in USA' tag are trickling out of Ohio plant
Gemayel faces massive Lebanon Catch-22
Why California's golden image so quickly lost its gleam
A new missile for a new strategy?
Reagan resurrects the Caribbean initiative, but how fervently?
Fed to slowly pinch money growth as inflation hedge
Mahre tops standings as World Cup's European phase ends
Teen-agers reject smoking image
Secrets -- telling nothing, and telling all
W. German court decides March 6 election is legal
US factory output jumps 0.9 percent
Food industry warms slowly to new spoilage monitor
The 'big bang' theory of '84 presidential politics
Getting computers to think: simulating a Chinese chef, Cyrus Vance
UN chief takes big two to task for arms buildup
The many masks of modern art
Diesel engine skids from favor with new-car buyers
Italy's rebellion against the 'new' Mafia
Rich, insightful film about peasant life in Italy during World War II
Evergreen: Can a college of the '60s survive '80s?