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Monitor Archive for March 28, 1983
Mitterrand ends spendthrift ways of headier days
Massachusetts repeals ban on Sunday sales
Democrats' get-out-the-vote efforts: trump card for '84?
Jury is still out on effectiveness of California's 'get tough on crime' law
Bit of song 'n' dance from President Regan
ABM: ultimate weapon or ultimate folly?
An evening to remember
How to be a successful college freshman
Touring the US with de Tocqueville - and Richard Reeves
Spring excursion ideas for the family
Simplicity, innocence, forgiveness - keys for establishing peace
Whooping it up for 'Silent Cal'
As Tass office in Tehran is closed, Iran reshapes ties with the Kremlin
East meeting West at Seattle as transpacific airline race heats up
Soviets scurry to mend fences in the Middle East
Children's Peace Committee helps educate peers about world issues
Washington confident this social security rescue will last
Poland's Walesa takes part in church march
Adelman nomination faces growing opposition
EPA to be swept clean before new chief arrives
Morocco and Algeria pave the way for an end to Saharan war
Block says US will delay subsidized farm exports
Nicaragua; The rebels who turned against their own revolution
Wider horizons for gifted students
Smokestack industry still has key role in Midwest's future
For the gift that doesn't stop -- a thanks
A rehearsal pictured
The value of money worldwide
Marx with a capitalist face?
Resigned EPA official accused of wrongdoing
Salvadorean police arrest two foreign journalists
China insists military issues come first in Soviet talks
Equity for women
US banks reporting foreign-loan defaults
Don't discard missile defense
West Europe asks: would sale of US satellites freeze weather data?
A bouquet for Congress
Alvin Ailey reaches for new audiences
Keeping race out of mayoral races
Happiness in marriage
The Sun and the Birds
No pennant for the Cubs, but outlook may be brightening
Nicaraguan conflict: how close to civil war?
When Washington pokes fun at itself
Scholar's dismissal raises issue of academic freedom
Hussein looks for Arab support
A once-bustling Jamaican town waits for tomorrow
By choice or need, Americans take more part-time jobs
Would a bit of higher interest help or hurt the recovery?
'83 GNP, inflation, unemployment
Reducing faculties forces schools to reexamine priorities