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Monitor Archive for July 7, 1983

Bolstering US steel: tariffs are not enough
Afghan guerrillas' fierce resistance stalemates Soviets and puppet regime
Dispute with shipyard threatens Walesa's job
Companies called lax in curbing theft by employees
Moscow, too, has economic leverage
Washington's summer secret is Dumbarton Oaks gardens
The widening world of cable radio

Bonn and Moscow use some tough language - but keep on talking
Talks between rich and poor nations end in frustration

The many masks of modern art
Agent Orange lawsuits fuel continuing debate over dioxin, chemical weapons
Reaching the drinking driver with tough humor
'Border blasters' blitz US airwaves from Mexico

EC says US steel curbs violate Williamsburg spirit
Richard Saul Wurman
A Washington panorama
East-West signals

'Let's see a movie' - an idea that's still going strong
EPA tightening rules on toxic-waste sites
For Harold Beaver, life on a small farm is a reward in itself
Britain and NATO weigh lessons of Falklands war
In court: execution shortcut . . .
US envoy off to explore accord for El Salvador
Aid workers held in Sudan face new ransom deadline
Heat pump trims energy bill of renovated gristmill
Street lights cast shadow over Mt. Palomar telescope
Mideast - a subtle difference
New opportunity for American physicists
'Barn raising' provides home with 'breadbox' water heater
Solar dream home has energy to sell
Bert Parks in a comeback crowning glamour pusses

Williams clouts upper-deck homer; Barber cashing in on senior golf circuit
3 electric utilities buck national rate-hike tide
Wearable art: a functional craft growing in interest and popularity

Caution signal in home market

Move over, Mary Poppins: here comes Nanny Inc.:
Laos cracks door to search for missing US servicemen

Israel seeks US nod for pullback
Rise, fall - and rise - studied; A 'Toynbee' look at US industries

Forging an inner-city high school that works
Rita Lavelle trial to begin July 21
From doughnuts to jeans to cars, many Japanese think imports are best
Playing by the numbers
Dioxin furor shows need for more precise data on wastes
It's 'toga' time again for US Olympians
British influence aiding French department stores

World dash records climaxed a spectacular sports festival
Bedrock of white unity in S. Africa cracking

On the road
Tally of Americans missing in Indochina

Bouquet from the deep