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Monitor Archive for September 29, 1983
Congress balks on upping US help for have-not lands
Futurists gather to forecast opportunities in the emerging job market
France may be rethinking jet sale
Winter of '73
China searches for new ways to fill over a billion rice bowls
GM celebrates 75 years in car business
But what does it mean?
The Met: 100 noteworthy years
The deficit and the federal budget
Rethink US-Philippine policy
Halt ordered on Watt plan to lease coal lands . . .
Some color commentary on autumn
How UPI rates the football teams
Removing the burden of pressure
Who should shape policy for nuclear power plants?
Computer chip chase with Japan has US mobilizing for 1988 win
Halt ordered in Watt plan to lease coal lands. . . while Reagan dispels talk of a Watt resignation
Druze guns mar cease-fire at town where foes talk
Andropov: US arms plan only tries to buy time
City celebrates as employees acquire factory
Lebanese Christians see US diplomatic tilt toward Syria
Habitability of Love Canal in doubt in new EPA data
Masked by 'maskirovka'
How do you label Marshall Crenshaw's musical spectrum?
Court upholds conviction of ex-Tennessee governor
Mr. Watt, interest rates, and battleships
An ax named Tom
Sears, Roebuck eases its credit terms
From Paris: new shapes for shorter hair
Union chief's kin found guilty of embezzlement
Argentines still angry at almost all things English
Argentine generals mobilize as return of civilian rule nears
Experts assess laws, costs in fight against child abuse
British upturn loses some steam
S. Africa's 'last' leading black moderate despairs for black-white cooperation
Nebraska: No. 1 and then some in early going
Politics and romance jostle, sidetracking 'Hanna K'
Gandhi, Mitterrand tell UN of nuclear concern
Economics called highest hurdle facing Irish unity
Merv makes it but press still waits for Q&A
Selections are plentiful when shopping for 'Pictures at an Exhibition'
A vote for RBI men; Yaz says goodbye; Carlton wins 300th
Congressional liberals keep deficit issue alive
Key US-Chinese visits confirmed
A safety seat for forklifts brings competitors together