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Monitor Archive for August 31, 1983
Belgian town refuses to get up in arms over missiles
Seafood is a delicious change from beef and chicken
The other Al Hirschfeld
Opera's big voices - an endangered species?
Domestic slavery found behind facade of 'respectable' homes
Vegetable skewers for the outdoor grill
Building business in the Bronx - accent is on success
Arabs expect no post-Begin policy change
S. Africa backs off quotas for all nonwhite students
Begin leaves a contradictory record
Strike-wearied musicians resume playing for New York City Opera
Trying to keep computer buffs from peeking into a firm's high-tech files
To burlesque an opera, you'd better have flair
Turkey keeps a cautious, neutral eye on Iran-Iraq war
Trusting God with relationships
Drop in ocean saltiness may indicate long-term shift in Earth's climate
Another bit of America gone
Hussein to visit Far East capitals
A collection by a versatile man of letters; The Portable Edmund Wilson, edited by Lewis M. Dabney. New York: Viking-Penguin. 547 pp. $6.95 (paperbac...
Site for new US missiles in W. Germany revealed
Two fantastic, factual looks at Earth; The Great Extinction: The Solution to One of the Great Mysteries of Science: The Disappearance of the Dinosau...
More states take stricter tack in battling drunk driving
Is the US serious about trade?
US reinforces role in Lebanon as fighting worsens
In summer, Parisians are intent on soccer - not Chad war
Iran gives hijackers permission to leave
Soviets crack down on dissent in Latvia
Farming's global web
What's 10' 4'' wide and four stories tall?
What lies beneath the protests in Pakistan's volatile Sind
The Begin legacy
New collection echoes early frontier furniture
No merit in merit pay
Challenger's challenge includes reliabililty tests
Poles uneasily remember their heady August of 1980
Kennedy: a kaleidoscopic view; A Hero for Our Times: An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years, by Ralph G. Martin. New York: Macmillan. 512 pp. $19.95.
Wall Street myths: a half-truth can be investor's undoing
Mrs. Aquino: 'My husband wanted to talk to Marcos'
UN meeting on Palestine ponders draft declaration
Conservative chief elected to Canadian Parliament
US workers are producing more at lower cost, and that bodes well for consumers
Two Salvadorean sides hold talks
Kenya's Moi preaches 'love' - but few leaders respond
Carlton nears 300; Yanks not clicking
If a sway is your way, go with it!
Sour pickles give way to missiles in West Germany
Annuities can be a good retirement shelter; but shop carefully
Services to be held today for Philippines' Aquino