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Monitor Archive for April 18, 1983
Canada budget expected to boost economy
Manhattan the cheerful
Will price for convenience of 2-way TV be privacy?
When hunger strikes, how about apricot popcorn?
Getting a head start on the summer job market
An easy order, an ordered easiness
Demand for MBAs through thick and thin
Operation Raleigh giving young explorers a chance to see the world
Hungary serves as sounding board for possible Soviet-bloc reforms
Fishnets of the future may include musical tapes to lure the catch
Shultz begins touchy visit to Mexico
Gulf oil slick may force Iraq to seek peace
Glemp calls for unity in divided Poland
South Africa gets the jitters about 'power-sharing' plan
Chicago mayoral vote may fuel effort to field black presidential candidate
Breakthrough in NY rail strike
British arts in N.Y. - a welcome invasion
China's border clash with Vietnam linked to Kampuchean offensive
A great day for the Army
Chicago: They said it couldn't be done
GOP Senate seeks consensus on taxes in coming weeks
New York youngsters to get a taste of brokerage jobs
Arrest of Galtieri lights fuse under Argentina's apprehensive generals
Male and female, unembattled
Inheritance passed along
Employees lather up to test their company's products
Expos have good shot at bringing World Series to Canada
Big names needed - but where do you find them?
Stronger laws, new attitudes toward rape in the US
Chinese art exhibits come to US cities despite China's ban
The truth about high technology
Nicaragya frees three Americans near border
Cinderella's wedding cake and other favorite recipes
Lem's law: the civil right of peace
Illogic on Mideast aid
Egypt sees little hope of PLO joining talks
Nuclear sentries: deterrent or danger?
After the Adelman fray
Business school pedigree - how strong an asset?
The 'smartest' robots build airplanes
Children in the kitchen - allowing creativity to blossom
Some 'common sense' suggestions from experts
Popular Chinese drama marches to a different beat of practical heroism
Kohl warms up Reagan for summit
A richness preserved
The call goes out for collective action to solve world debt crisis
Is El Salvador governed by bullets, or a congress?
Paul Taylor's nostalgia is the kind that can't be pigeonholed
Teamsters set to pick new union leader
Australia debates whether to be - or not to be - linked to Queen
South Korea's Harvard connection
A nuclear strike without all-out European war?