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Monitor Archive for April 27, 1983
The motor world -- as seen by the man who saved Jaguar
Stricter training and curfews -- California's tough stand on teen driving
Readers slip away from Japanese-American press
CUBs help hold lid on utility bills
US approaches limits of superpower clout
Life's quiet rhythms
Secretaries seek new career paths
Sweden recalls envoy over submarine incident
Pretty pink desserts made with rhubarb
L.A. gets tough on halfbacks, Hamlets with low grades
Sluggers Jackson, Brett; handling hurlers
New twist swells uproar over alleged Hitler diaries
That's in a name
Bolivian miners increase pressure on government
Growing up amid China's turmoil; Son of the Revolution, by Liang Heng and Judith Shapiro. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 301 pp. $15.
Baltimore picks Elway in pro-football draft
Mubarak sees 'golden opportunity'
Thailand awaits new government after prime minister's resignation
Six new California restaurants set trends in food
Moscow regaining visibility in Mideast -- and flaunting it
For a better trade agency
Reagan confronts escalation of Central America warfare
Syrians fire on Israeli unit
The healing activity of Love
Watt called on the carpet over coal leasing program
Balancing record highs with affordable prices in antiques market
Chancellor and Mears share trade secrets; The News Business, by John Chancellor and Walter R. Mears. New York: Harper & Row. 181 pp. $12.95.
What about loans at variable rates?
In the absence of thanks
Portugal comes full circle to Socialist minority rule -- and political instability?
Sand in the third world's oyster
Save big banks -- and small ones
'Ooppera' speaks to the people; The Finns are coming! A first for the Met
A lean Jaguar pounces on car market
Ancient Ceylon's Buddhist Treasures
Barbecue sauce for outdoor cooking
A sad anniversary in Afghanistan
'Brush up' your swing
National panel proposes sweeping school reforms
Will MX bring stability or a 'use it or lose it' attitude?
Study shows money troubles eating away at not-for-profit theater
France has second thoughts about playing host to Palestinian meeting
Bradley: last word from WWII brass; A General's Life, by Omar Bradley and Clay Blair. New York: Simon & Schuster. 540 pp. $19.95.
Auto industry can revive US prosperity, GM chief says
Seattle did it
The Kreisky example
Cream tart adapted from Swiss
Ex-EPA official held in contempt in House