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Monitor Archive for April 21, 1983
Iacocca blasts interest rates
Reagan at a crossroads over defense, budget, taxes
Monthly Movie Guide
Wave-energy converters beached by sinking funds
Democrats' move toward protectionism -- a role reversal
Will third world's new spirit move industrial states at UN trade meeting?
US admiral: cooperation with Japan vital
Astros aim to hit pitches, not panic button after slow start
Reagan signs rescue bill for social security setup
3-man spacecraft lofted by Soviets for docking
Shipments of US soda ash show Japanese trade barriers are porous
Recovery's here, but it's not clear how strong it is
Home-based businesses: hard work and satisfaction
Sweden's prime minister: the world according to Palme
Britain: fuller coffers, Tate's new wing, Thatcher's timing
The PLO's broken wreath
Canada's budget brouhaha - a picture worth $200 million
Black plays send shrill message to S. African whites
The many masks of modern art
Ho Chi Minh City
State lawmakers provide tougher penalties for racially motivated vandalism, harassment
Mr. Reagan's priorities
US-Mexican border: a country 2,000 miles long
Transoceanic dust blows out of Afro-Asian deserts
The '83 housing boomlet: it may turn into a boom
New York's playoff 'block party'; tennis teen to watch
Should national parks, forests be opened to private use?
Mr. Auto surveys Chrysler's survival course
Nuclear war in the schools: Who decides what to teach?
Government workbook draws fire for its treatment of nuclear issue
Who shall control textbooks?
New defense chief plans shift in Salvadorean war
You don't have to be lonely
Walesa backs calls for May Day rallies
The IOU in the sandbox
First-time home buyers being lured by 'small is beautiful'
Hollywood's 'movie brats' -- a status report
Banks are forming networks to expand business, services
Protect the recovery
US-Japan economic relations: learning how to live with frictions
Four suspects held in Beirut bombing
Sports rig adds pizazz to Olds Omega
Workers expected to OK wage freeze at Caterpillar
Four protesters arrested on Nevada A-test site
Gershwin classic; Radio City's 'Porgy' is half Broadway, half opera
Court upholds state A-plant bans