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Monitor Archive for June 24, 1983
Supreme Court reins in congressional veto power
Dodgers class of the majors as pennant races take shape
Recalling Hollywood's heyday; L.B.'s daughter, Selznick's wife; A Private View, by Irene Mayer Selznick. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 385 pp. $16. 95.
Italians will vote on missiles, NATO - or, not vote at all
Press barons, sailing, 21st-century life, and more; Sailing as personal growth; A Forgiving Wind, by Fred Powledge. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books...
Bush or hedge?
Reagan buoyed by good news from space shuttle and Polish crowds
Libyan-backed rebels reportedly attack Chad in border region
Kremlin worried but silent on Pope's visit to Poland
US revises outlook report to reflect increasing momentum of recovery
Reagan as history-maker; Gambling with History: Reagan in the White House, by Laurence I. Barrett. New York: Doubleday & Co. 511 pp. $19.95.
Compromise budget wins House approval
Europe's wallflower gets toehold in US
Supreme Court tightens 'one-man, one-vote' standard
Governor they call 'teacher' pushes education reform
Pope meets Walesa at windup of his trip
Poland's unease mounts as Pope's visit concludes
God's man - ageless
Reagan asks AMA to take a freeze on medicare pay
Reagan to Poland: Use Pope's visit as a bridge
$720 tax-cut limit passes key test vote in House
Current favorites for leisure reading
Some JFK tape records are released in Boston
Press barons, sailing, 21st-century life, and more; Press Barons -- a driving force; The Life and Death of the Press Barons, by Piers Brendon. New Y...
Dial-a-shuttle - and hear some outer space chitchat
Poetry highlight of the month; Tichy: a fresh, talented voice; The Hands in Exile, by Susan Tichy. New York: Random House. 98 pp. $10, hard cover; $...
Press barons, sailing, 21st-century life, and more; Bright view of century ahead; The Good Years: Your Life in the Twenty-First Century, by Caroline...
US admiral urges Japan to increase its defense budget
Colleges can spur education reform, says University of Chicago president
Nickels 'n dimes and the back hall
Biography; The man who made 'Star Wars'; Skywalking, by Dale Pollock. New York: Harmony Books. 304 pp. $14.95.
Half a loaf?
Keeping votes equal
Real estate education booms
A call for more quality; Harvard dean sees oversupply of business schools
Press barons, sailing, 21st-century life, and more; Aboard a floating fish factory; Distant Water, by William W. Warner. Boston: Little, Brown & Co....
Literary scene; Celebrities, software, and, oh yes, books
Two surrender in Cyprus after hijacking jetliner
Don't let childhood die; Children Without Childhood, by Marie Winn. New York: Pantheon Books. 224 pp. $ 13.95.
Scarlet and spice
'On the Road' and 'Our Times'
China finds it is not easy to enforce policy of one child per family
The Democrats' new issue?
The turkey carpet
Label it ironic
New church lecturers named
Solving the problem with Midgetman
Peter, Paul and Mary bring a song for peace to a divided Israel
Robot toddles to the Hill to plead for more R&D
Arab leaders step up effort to ease PLO rift
Author Seymour Hersh; Man behind a jolting book on Kissinger
Ability to retrieve satellites gives shuttle edge over rivals
LIVING IN MULTIPLES
GAO: Pentagon isn't tough enough when testing key weapons