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Monitor Archive for June 9, 1983
Magic Theatre; Sam Shepard drama assaults audience, actors - and scenery; Fool for Love Drama by Sam Shepard. Directed by Mr. Shepard.
From the computer, a helping, er, hand in creating art
The knack for invention: Britain hasn't lost its touch
From war-torn Vietnam to graduation with honors
Charges of vote rigging reopen Indian state polls
'WarGames' -- big issues and teen-age heroics.
Mrs. Thatcher will change Cabinet if she wins again
PLO storm over Arafat leadership will likely leave his power diluted
Newspapers turn to the rack in circulation struggle
Among West Bank Palestinians, Arafat is still popular
Jim Metzner takes radio listeners on tour of US
Two cheers for sleep
An East-West summit?
Pioneer, O Pioneer
The poor nations' hollow truce with the rich
Britain's teletext: a billboard, a news service, a mail order outlet. . .
MECC plugs small town into computer age
EC nations may try to halt dumping of toxic waste in one another's backyard
How German VW plant meets problem of slow sales
An artist who likes people to walk all over his work
USFL a limited success; untangling tennis 'Slam'; Oiler incentive plan
Democrats map out environmental agenda for '84
West Germans brace for hot fall protests
Bubbles: as beautiful as they are hard to understand
Export ban on Alaskan oil criticized
Ivory Coast leader talks of farm trade on US visit
Pan-African organization begins summit meeting
As student demonstrations lull, French police take up the march
Former official at EPA enters plea of innocent
Braves finally getting credit; ownership battle in Boston
The big minute
Volunteer spirit still strong in hearts of many Americans
Ditch Day: picking 'locks' to the doors of achievement
Israeli parliament rejects early pullout in Lebanon
The many masks of mdoern art
Arafat's stake in the status quo
Lilting through the floorboards
US recovery contributes to ballooning trade deficit
Countdown is on in US-Europe battle of the satellite launchers
Traces of dioxin found near Agent Orange plant
Did US go too far in expelling 21 Nicaraguans?
Flexibility -- key word in new US START proposals
Minnesota pioneers the use of computers in classrooms
A bill to keep labor unions honest
Hints for building a volunteer bridge between business and community
Space stations for hire? They're not so far away
Interest-rate uncertainty tests US
Walden Pond: a place to think, or swim?
Computers and the poor
Court sidesteps key crime ruling