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Monitor Archive for May 31, 1983
This show's history is more dramatic than its content
Angolan rebels go on offensive against Soviet-backed regime
Reagan's new defense weapons - not just a dream
An uneasy truce at NAACP
Western Canada looks to big improvements in its railroad service
Turmoil over Tennessee banks may continue
Lagging oil-service industry may rebound early next year
Global 2000 Revised: an optimistic look at world prospects
Some conclusions from new study
Kenyan leader moves to 'clean' the government with early elections
Story of two airlines that had high hopes for no-frills
Interview with two top officials; Sandinistas insist they'll hold elections in '85...
The love that heals the hurt
Long run in Boston
Conflicting reports given of Arafat assassination try
US mini-mills - big profits in small steel plants
The fine walls that separate air from water
Soviets to fill disciplinary post
Pictures on the wall
Behind Enders ouster: larger US role in Central America and 'no' to talks?
Poland's Jaruzelski likley to face party criticism
With boost from Williamsburg, Reagan looks to '84
Interview with two top officials; Sandinistas insist they'll hold elections in' 85 but it's unclear just how free any election will be
For a new focus in El Salvador
Williamsburg summit: basic accord on world economy
Cunningham: the coach who grew in Philadelphia
Cartoonist Doug Marlette is 'Kudzu'
French and British nuclear arms slowly gain the spotlight
Rewinding history to rouse thought
The unwilling weaponeers
American art is doing well - although no big new ideas are in sight
Palestinians behind Syrian lines fire on Israeli troops
Helping Anglo-Greek children preserve vitality of dual heritage
Boston election wide open as Mayor White bows out
The system still works
Chicago inner-city students make helping others an adventure
'Seeing the light'