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Monitor Archive for July 13, 1983
South Africa's salvos at tiny black neighbor Lesotho could backfire
To break serve, go on the attack on the first point
Don't touch that dial! National Public Radio will return after a bailout from its sponsors
A refreshing, tart drink for hot weather days
Bridal gowns: from simple charm to formal elegance
Canada's unfinished task of integrating provincial potential
South Korea looks to the north for new friends
China's Friendship Gate to Vietnam bristles with rifles
EPA sets a deadline for pesticide makers
What they don't teach you in business school
US suit accuses colleges in Alabama of segregation
Women on porches
The education debate; What students should learn
Non-contender Cubs; All-Star analysis
Higher interest rates or no, two experts say recovery will last
Homespun life sparkled with humor; Aunt Arie - A Foxfire Portrait, edited by Linda Page and Eliot Wigginton. New York: E.P. Dutton/A Foxfire Press B...
Back to that 'walk in the woods'?
New twin telescopes will help astronomers peer deeper into universe
Dear Buck: what's the best way to feed astronauts?
Curfew ordered to curb protests in Santiago
Illegal aliens settle for life dodging Border Patrol agents
One performer's fierce vision of society; FunHouse. Written, directed, and performed by Eric Bogosian.
Simple Tyrolean food served at mountainside farmhouses
Peruvian rebel storms government party HQ
New 'low loads' weighing into the mutual fund market
PLO man meets Gromyko to help in Syrian dispute
USSR insists on counting British, French missiles
Protestants in Ulster go on pre-parade rampage
Countdown to missile deployment in Europe
OPEC: from gloom and doom to optimism
French Socialist draws the line on government spending
De-romanticizing a novelist's life; The Autobiography of an American Novelist, by Thomas Wolfe. Edited by Leslie Field. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Un...
Mexican message: 'Doing better, long way to go'
The new wave of Soviet repression
Recollections of a female spy
Does moonlight suffice?
Limiting trade is poor response to imports challenge
A simple summer pleasure: jewel-like red raspberries
Israeli justice on West Bank -- equal for Arabs and Jews?
House panel says it may subpoena Reagan papers
Reagan seeks crackdown on fair-housing violations
A call to arms against Pentagon waste
Holdout states inch toward 4-year terms for governors
An overdue US premiere; Wagner's youthful 'mistake'