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Monitor Archive for April 28, 1982
Soprano Schwarzkopf, conductor Giulini; When music students learn from a master: struggle and revelation
Stagecraft to the rescue - almost; Three Acts of Recognition. Play by Botho Strauss. Directed by Richard Foreman.
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Caricature as a 'democratic' art; The Art of Caricature, by Edward Lucie-Smith. Ithica, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. 128 pp. $24.95.; Masters of...
Dynamics of Chinese brushwork; Chinese Brushwork: Its History, Aesthetics, and Technique, by Kwo Da-wei. Montclair, N.J.: Allanheld & Schram, 30 Par...
South African servants take crash course in 'survival'
As an old year ended, and a new one began
Getting away - equipped
Award-winning apartment steers away from fads
Individuality versus mimicry
Mideast: does US care?
Taxing the self-employed
In short (1)
In short (3)
In short (2)
Pentagon accuses official of leak
Bush to visit China at end of Asian tour
Former Soviet official executed for bribe-taking
Energy chief plays down bad effects of acid rain
Profits sag at Exxon and Eastern Airlines
Profits sag at Exxon and Eastern Airline and Eastern gets OK for Braniff Latin routes
Court gives Navy Leeway on OK for bomb practice
Rethink arms and threats, former US general urges
112 killed in China in airline crash
Malaysian premier cinches his hold in landslide vote
Cuban seeks closer ties with US - up to a point
The Falklands dispute: an Argentine view
Forget not the elephant
What the world owes Britannia
November blues for Republicans
Astronomers' 'Impossible Dream'
Mountains' new challenge: how to save their ecology
Baseball roundup: Cards fly high as. . .; Yankees change manager - again!
Staying on plane a matter of feel
A city in the valley peeks over the hills to fresh frontiers
Powder on slopes packs in skiers, lifting Utah's image
Pro-family ethic keeps baby boom right on booming
America's dead sea rises and falls with a life all its own
Redford, Osmonds lead film industry to 'Hollywood back lot'
Perspective on federal debt makes it less awesome
With big families, women take jobs in anti-ERA Utah
Look carefully before you leap into the inviting commodity pool
British strategy: take Falklands bite by bite
From guest cottage to house...; MODULE BY MODULE
Britain's tough task: resupply Navy 8,000 miles away
Iran oil deal ends US boycott, snubs OPEC
US families: times are hard but traditional values flourish
Nuclear freeze plans; Keeping the weapons debate alive
US, European firms push patent guards in the third world
A basin of fuels has yet to make an energy splash
Yes, but will it fly? New wind gadget tried
A passive role in business adopted by Mormon church
Family roots go as deep as granite in church files
CPI-tied mortgage idea picked up from church
Saudis help make desert city blossom
American Express banks on Salt Lake
When you live in a a desert, water is more than survival
Recycled Navy depot is a warehouse capital
Onion-tops and band music rise again at 'Saltair'
Small firm from a small city builds a big pipe
All the valley is a stage for a surplus of performing arts
University tries to incubate a few good inventions
Israel upbeat over relations with Egypt
Nigeria faces up to cold, hard facts about its dwindling oil revenues
Talks warm up climate for new Afghan independence
Bonn's new civil-rights legislation proceeds
Trying to stop beach erosion along shores of Lake Michigan
Williams trial recalls Teamsters' pattern of corruption
A one-man radio station's fight to stay on the air
Soviets shy of slipping into Falklands swamp
New England tinkers with new forms of gambling
Argentines reject Haig . . . for now
Why the Mormon church speaks out on 'moral' issues
Widening 'network' gets out the word fast on job openings
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