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Monitor Archive for June 2, 1983
Egypt hopes to bridge US-Syria gap as its own ties with Syria improve
The slippery slope
New Hampshire tests 'bio-mass' harvesting of forests
Madrid and its spin-offs
UN body criticizes S. Africa again
Doing 'The Scotton'
Reagan's policies give Europeans little hope of lower US interest rates
Why not let South Korea help?
Stifling scientific discussion ultimately saps US strength
Old Cape Cod: Can it still be saved from overgrowth?
Halting hidden damages in corporate America
CIA planned to topple Surinam leader, ABC says
Stanford's conservative think tank is under fire
Vietnam's 'camps': dumping ground for nonconformists
Angola's Savimbi: portrait of a rebel
Calvin Trillin: court jester of the gourmet writers' circuit
Washington's Chicago win: Will Boston fit the pattern?
Soviet A-arms in Europe 3 years, US official says
Folk drama of English farm life; Fen. Play by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Les Waters.
US mercenary reported on new POW mission
Japanese-Americans seek redress for WWII internment
Astronomers set to home in on far-off planets
Israel's choice in Lebanon: pullback or 'war of attrition'?
In Poland, land of perks and profiteers, socks can be a luxury
China makes deal to air US commercial TV shows
US companies may build slurry lines; China steps up drive for more coal
Selling the Brooklyn Bridge
Indy's bizarre finish; 24-hour cycling mark; hockey's Blues in limbo
Tories head for triumph; British ponder new Thatcher era
Salvadorean guerrillas claim significant victory
Malone-led 76ers win title with defense
Life for Japanese-Americans during World War II
Reagan seeks department to link commerce, trade
Cameras and tape recorders -- a more common sight in court
A constitutional convention on balanced budget? Maybe
US buys five more years for its bases in the Philippines
Bane of babushki: Moscow's not-so-popular poplar
Learning how to build an adobe hacienda -- with a solar twis
Germany in transistion: the tale of a ticket
Hollywood's summer box office battle begins
Brussels bourse favors the bulls
Preventing teen suicide
Poles boycott meeting of UN labor organization
Rebound in Belgium?; Brussels bankers see strong recovery from recent slump
Salvador rebel pessimistic about ending war through talks
Why most audiences shy away from 'experimental' films
Is there enough water to keep Southwest's growth afloat?
Angola says it will send Cuban troops away when S. African threat subsides
The many masks of modern art
Begin urges unity in face of potential Syrian threat
Mr. Stone's mission