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Monitor Archive for March 1, 1983
Chancellor candidate sues paper over Nazi charge
Pope to face church-state conflict in Central America
US foreign aid: tilt toward military
Why Japan does not do more globally
Malta's democracy is cast in doubt
An island self
News for the Traveler
Steelworkers will vote on another tentative pact
Oil, gas, and consumers
Israeli vs. Israeli: what's behind the 'war' within the Jewish state
Eleven years after end of civil war, Sudan's south grows restless
Reagan policies and children -- what effect?
A chord within
Venezuela devalues currency by 28.7%
New leak will delay launch of Challenger
Siberia: frosty cold, good pay, meat rations -- and an air of unreality
The 'virtuous circle' of trade and growth
Greek Socialists play for more US aid in talks on American military bases
Quiet, friendly, beautiful -- is this Northern Ireland?
Doing business with -- communists!
Soviet first-strike ability doubted
Wood turning: a satisfying hobby for anyone interested in wood
South Africa tackles issue of urban blacks
Florida interior designer offers suggestions for living in the Sunbelt
What's behind the warming trend in American-Algerian relations
Laggard economy, quirky rules boost tax refunds this year
Rembrandt's ''An Angel Dictating to Saint Matthew''
Nation's governors take aim at deficits in Reagan's budget
The Adelman affair
Drag racing and the woman with the winning reflexes
High-tech thinks of entering the political amphitheater
Controversial immigration reform gets new hearing in Washington
Compassion, poetry are among Tennessee Williams's gifts to the stage
Elderhostel: a chance to keep on learning and make new friends
AT&T breakup clears final hurdle
West German track record gives hope for recovery
US Officials decry placing of Soviet missiles in Syria
Air fares add to US-Canada trade wrangle
Behind the brouhaha over New York City's St. Patrick's parade
A revival of interest in the last decade has sparked the ancient art of wood turning
Going the extra
The 'new' New Federalism: token, or still revolutionary?
THE PERFECT NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE
Rebuilding the long destroyed -- with the Frank Stella touch