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Monitor Archive for March 11, 1983
Huge minority enrollment challenges public education
Deep South economic outlook: a mixed bag for 1983
Overselling TV news: a talk with NBC's Reuven Frank
Women executives gaining more status in the advertising industry
Drugs mismarketed abroad; Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World, by Milton Silverman, Philip R. Lee and Mia Lydecker. Berkeley, C...
Rocks smile while geologists argue
Reagan's EPA policy problems linger on even though Burford is out
Peruvian workers defy government by striking
Skier McKinney bolts down slopes in quest of historic World Cup title
Despite obstacles, some Jews contact PLO to seek peace
Pentagon budget faces a more critical Congress
Rhetoric vs. reality in the Salvador aid debate
Next step for Hungary: a voice for the people?
Inter-American security; Civil wars and severe economic strains persist
The defense debate
Fiction: Strangers in a strange land; The London Embassy, by Paul Theroux. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 248 pp.$ 13.95.
Soviets expel US diplomat on charges of spying
Should the EPA be an independent agency?
Africa today -- a journalist's readable, cautiously hopeful account; The Africans, by David Lamb. New York: Random House. 363 pp. $17.95.
Wanted by Europe: US arms-control initiative
Ground covers serve well in hard-to-mow places
Rating World Bank's war on poverty; Banking on the Poor: The World Bank and World Poverty, by Robert L. Ayres. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press/Overs...
Where your joy comes from
Lead in soil needn't mean no vegetables
The built-in sense to know
S. Africa solidifies diamond sway
EPA -- what really needs reforming
Kodak and its competitors step up photo-market battle
Carter's PLO talks irk Israeli hosts
3 top French restaurants are seeing (fewer) stars
Eloquent recital of wrongs to Lakota people and efforts to right them; In the Spirit of Crazy Horse, by Peter Matthiessen. New York: The Viking Pres...
What to read on Central America; El Salvador in Transition, by Enrique Baloyra. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press. 236 pp. $19.95...
Some changes now, more later for social security
Real estate revival prompts abuses in franchise ads
Three-way meeting may ease Lebanon deadlock
How the world can stretch out its oil
1911 Chinese bonds draw heated diplomatic interest
A challenge to the environmentalists; At the Eye of the Storm: James Watt and the Environmentalists, by Ron Arnold. Chicago: Regnery Gateway. 260 pp...
US grapples uncertainly with leftist threat in 'backyard'
Hot-water heating pipes should be in no trouble
OPEC officials meeting to settle output snags
Overloading the military
Tongs for the memory
New Hampshire vote on acid rain