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Monitor Archive for March 18, 1983
Reagan offers new policy for college-student aid
West entering more favorable phase in its affairs
British budget restrained, despite positive economic signs
This town wanted a nuclear dump
Wet basement requires a bit of research
Syria wants secure border as price of Lebanon pullout
The suit: variations on a theme
Congress has edge in contest over aid for El Salvador
Solutions to the problems of paint deterioration
Radiant heat in floors warms low-level zones
Oshkosh V-blade and the lallapalooza
Senate breaks stalemate, passes jobs legislation
West Germany and the US
If you fancy soup, try planting celeriac
Latest violence in Lebanon: a test for peacekeeping force
Wide belts and geometric gems
Turkey retraces assassin's murky trail
The look -- polished; the options -- many
Egypt cuts its oil price to below the OPEC level
Poor ratings could mean last roundup for 'Seven Brides'
Church group wary of SEC plan on proxy issues
Seesaw on jobless claims -- they're up a bit again
Who's in charge?
When purple eyeshadow is passe
Perils of developing too fast: Brazil's case study of pollution
The blank wall
House-panel vote slashes Reagan defense budget
Nuclear freeze -- what would the message be?
Hi-tech, low-tech and world recovery
Footwear: new styles aplenty
The artist -- today and tomorrow
Hall of Famer Alston batted once in majors, but managed 23 years
Studies in black and white
Your move, Mr. Reagan
William Walton's musical legacy of pomp - and quiet, lyrical moments
Time running out for arms-control compromise offer?
NBC to ease impact of 'Bulletin'
Color, color, color
Parade marshal snubbed by cardinal in New York
For men, vested suit loses favor
Should former US high officials have to clear their memoirs?
Delay in Salvador guards' trial may affect US aid
Will America buy the generic hamburger?
Grand Ole Opry can be yours -- for $250 million
Arthur Godfrey, radio and TV personality
The stylish coat dress
Deep-sixing Clinch River
It's not at full blast, but Big Steel looks rosier
States follow Uncle Sam's lead in offering jobs bills
Computer search helps buyer find best home loan
Safety and the nuclear threat
Dresses sweet with sentiment
Lebanon's Salaam seeks more US troops
How to save campus billions
Japan, awaiting a US ship, rules out bringing A-arms
Communist giants edge slowly toward detente
Care for the old-faithful lilac