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Monitor Archive for July 1, 1983
John Adams was right
Mr. Andropov, meet Samantha Smith from 'Down East'
Vatican seeks new accord with East bloc as it edges Walesa aside
On occupied West Bank, support for Arafat remains strong
Impact of being fired -- and a flapover NBC's Lebanon reports
Detroit mayor issues curfew for teen-agers
Don't rush into summit agreements
The court and auto safety
Mortgages go simple again
From lawn clippings to productive compost
Chicago mayor builds cabinet post by post
Negotiations and sacrifice
Tax credit ruling shakes church-state wall
Uncle Sam will soon know who's earned what in stocks
Bad break for public schools
Shultz pledges India parts for A-unit if it needs them
How software programmers do their 'crossword puzzles'
Not simply another 'dawg'
Washington treks the neighborhoods
New tack at Tiffany's: more stores, mail order, corporate sales
Most interest rate limits on banks will end Oct. 1
British Conservatives try to resurrect death penalty
Stiff penalties force review of antinuclear strategy
Barter can bring in brownies or 10,000 tennis rackets
Retreads are proving dependable
United States and Sweden warm up relations, both on and off court.
NASA pulls off historic rescue to save crucial data relay satellite
US-USSR radio battle fills the airwaves over Poland
Be bold, said Demosthenes
Sandinista courts for rebels spark new US-Nicaragua friction
At Wimbledon, all eyes are on McEnroe-Lendl semifinal duel
4 arrested in Chicago on bomb-plan charges
FBI joins widening probe of briefing-papers incident
Strikebreakers' rights bolstered
No partial pullout, Lebanon tells US
Bekaa mutiny may leave Arafat a general without any troops
Brazil's President to make US trip as protests mount
Japanese-Canadian private eye in a classic detective yarn
Businessmen find ways to cut Pentagon costs by $92 billion
Words in season
Soviet summer camp includes art, hikes, and 'patriotic upbringing'
Easing off on noise in a sorority house
High Kenyan official resigns under cloud
Fading of Walesa, Arafat: bad times for revolution
You'll being paying more for '84-model full-size cars
More states are adopting 'lemon laws'
Thank you, America