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Monitor Archive for May 11, 1983
Government action vs. free market: West's differences run deep
Mrs. Thatcher's election gambit
Readers and reporters: a profile
Gaza placed on curfew after terrorist attack
Nonfiction briefly noted. . .; Harrison Salisbury's memoir; A Journey for Our Times, by Harrison E. Salisbury. New York: Harper & Row. 560 pp. $22.
Court reinstates Abscam conviction
Buying mutual funds on the 'installment plan' for long-range gains
'Caine Mutiny Court-Martial' returns -- admirably -- to Broadway; The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial Drama by Herman Wouk. Starring John Rubinstein, Mic...
The great communicator?
Why the tuition tax credit push may go further this time
Lebanese security: sudden changes raise new threats
Midroad US trade policy urged by Rostenkowski
Student revolt: France's spring of discontent
Mild or tangy, goat cheese becomes a favorite in the US
Nonfiction briefly noted. . .; Shootin' holes in westerns; God Bless You, Buffalo Bill, by Wayne Michael Sarf. Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickenson...
Is time ripe for Mets' Strawberry?
Walesa and allies demand union diversity for Poland
Sampson brilliantly dissects Britain
This group plays music the way we hum a nursery rhyme
Bahamas makes waves as a shipping registry
Fulfillment versus sensuality
Hijacking of jetliner is a windfall for South Korea's relations with China
Nonfiction briefly noted. . .; Paar's lemony postscript; P.S. Jack Paar, by Jack Paar. New York: Doubleday & Co. 360 pp. $14.95.
US lawmakers ask for new arms control initiatives in exchange for backing MX
Support for death penalty grows; opponents rethink strategy
This rhubarb sauce is tart and smooth
Nonfiction briefly noted. . .; Charmed by Russian people; Fast Train Russia, by Jay Higginbotham. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 114 pp. $10 .95.
The key to neighbourliness
Toxic-waste cleanups: solving problem, or relocating it?
Publishers begin new chapter, doing textbooks via software
A balance of styles
Spring greens, herbs, lemons, flavor Middle East stew
The puzzles in Saudi policy
Japan's Nakasone mends fences with Southeast Asia
Innovative Swedes search for middleroad to recovery
Bright red strawberries: the first of summer's fruits
US shifts radio satellite to try for permanent orbit
Poland's quiet exodus -- many ex-internees head West
Reordering mass consumption
Art -- spreading its broad strokes across America
Updating a summer wardrobe with classic styles
Putting Shultz pact to the test
Keep your opponent guessing by mixing shots
US pressures Nicaragua by shifting sugar quotas
The will to work together
British election catches divided Labour Party on wrong foot
Nonfiction briefly noted. . .; Vol. 1 of new Liszt biography; Franz Liszt: The Virtuoso Years, 1811-1847, by Alan Walker. New York: Alfred A. Knopf....
Moderate GOP senators seek tax, defense shift
Nicaragua presses Security Council to denounce US 'war' on Sandinistas
100 years of mapping US hamlets, waterways, and woods
US church council backs limited prayer in school
Burgess novel: ultimate questions, no answers; The End of the World News: An Entertainment, by Anthony Burgess. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company....