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Monitor Archive for April 20, 1983
Timbales: vegetables molded in a pretty shape
'You'd be a nobody if they didn't make you learn English'
Europe presses to bar products US rejects
Two Cubans at UN ordered out of US
Nazi terror through the eyes of a child; Beyond tragedy: love; Childhood, by Jona Oberski. Translated by Ralph Manheim. New York: Doubleday & Co. 12...
Exercising caution when a door-to-door salesman comes calling
The freshest fish might be frozen
Hostages are released at Pennsylvania prison
If Austria's Kreisky loses edge in elections, he may 'take hat and go'
Women take marathon spotlight in Boston
Young people's attitudes toward buying houses and saving
The injustice of the death penalty
Watching for change of course at EPA under Ruckelshaus
A royal disservice; wordplay; Agatha Christie
Walesa quizzed third time in week by Polish police
Emotion ruled out in A-plant OKs
N.Y. Times, Washington Post top list of '83 Pulitzer Prizes
Everybody knows somebody?
East and West Germany try to cool a hot incident
The Pony Express rides again
The case for letting Reagan's third tax cut ride
Cuts predicted in '84 budget
MX recommendations: the subject is hardware, the substance is politics
Cuts in food stamp program stir opposition in Congress
Design: an award-winning media room
The trials of modern music - as a British composer sees it
Chilling whodunits; Ice, by Ed McBain. New York: Arbor House. 317 pp. $15.50.; Banker, by Dick Francis. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 306 pp. $14.95...
Nicaragua and Nuremberg
Brazilian court jails police for murdering citizens in slums
Embassy blast points up urgency and vulnerability of US peace role
Three big parties ready to form new Thai coalition
Volunteer tree planting aims to soak up L.A. smog
Why Midgetman missiles might make it easier to avoid nuclear war
Unlimited gifts of God
Symposium indicates US is still very much in robot race
Why Salvador has new defense chief
No letup on worker safety
A Soviet also-ran drops from view
Royal Shakespeareans serve a feast of Edwardian elegance; All's Well That Ends Well Comedy by William Shakespeare. Directed by Trevor Nunn
A Poetic Bestiary
China says Viet artillery hits along border areas
US expands Indian Ocean toeholds in East Africa