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Monitor Archive for March 2, 1983
Jobs bill on fast track in House
House sends to Reagan files on EPA wrongdoing
Mr. Smith vs. illegal hiring
US chocolatemakers tune in to a more discerning US
Why US governors press for smaller military budget
Restlessness, questions grip West German youth
Spanish Socialists tighten purse strings of local government
Why European chocolate costs more
Utility stocks offer subtle advantages
Sweet winter pears add a delicate taste to dishes
Met's 'Arabella': to get to know her is to love her
The season tunes up
Philippine troops clash with Muslim separatists
Rockies offer spring-like skiing without iciness
Would laser weapons make the world safer?
Spoofing baseball's salary arbitration
New book poses the question -- Just how English are the English? The English World: History, Character and People, edited by Robert Blake. New York:...
As oil prices slide, states tack on taxes to boost revenues
E-911, more hot lines for callers needing quick help
Argentina: green light for Oct. 30 elections
Mondale's challenge: how to keep campaign fire stoked
Strike halts New Jersey Transit
Storm forces changes in Queen's visit to US
Hawaiian volcano forces residents to leave
Great wells of China: oil hunt to begin as foreign firms bid for offshore drilling
High tech tomorrow
Cool breeze from White House chills US Weather Service
English country houses still charm viewers; The Last Country Houses, by Clive Aslet. New Haven: Yale University Press. 344 pp. $29.95.
Passageway for more than goods
Southern jet stream sends more storms over California
US lag in foreign language studies seen as drag on business, diplomacy
A circle's turning point
Gratins have crisp, golden crusts
Are Soviet missiles in Syria aimed at Reagan peace plan?
Work-living environment provides efficiency and order
Steel union agrees to cut in pay to help depressed industry rebuild
Kenya mutineers given clemency
Peking reveals Kampuchea peace plan offered to Soviets
Saudi oil minister says OPEC price pact is near
Ben Franklin as the CSC Rep sees him; Balloon Play by Karen Sunde. Directed by Miss Sunde and Christopher Martin.
Japan plugs into China oil connection with hefty government help
'M*A*S*H' audience may set TV record
The silence of one
Learning French, Arabic, Italian, and more -- at the same time
High tech tomorrow and workers' pay today
Communism's new Italian horse
Vermont chef takes top prize in crab cooking contest