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Monitor Archive for August 5, 1982
The Bard looks impressive in Oregon this season
NBC's baseball cheer
'Tex,' Disney's sensitive story of a teenager's life
After Haigspeak -- linguistic vacuum in Washington
Climbing the mountain
Try for the brass ring
'He said I was right!'
Flash! EPA protects environment!
In short (3)
In short (1)
In short (2)
El Salvador presses rights action
EC group starts talks in US on steel exports
Jobless US workers mark Reaganomics with protest
Iraq, foiling Iran's attacks, calls for war reparations
French stiffen road safety after weekend accident
Walesa does not expect release from Polish camp
Most of Kenyan Air Force arrested in coup attempt
Hijacker surrenders in northern India
Reagan backer vs. liberal in Missouri Senate seat
Reagan signs law to spur filling of US oil reserve
Chinese paper challenges policy of sexual equality
A one-hole golf match -- with par at 7,173!
Father was a Beatle (Oh yeah!)
The place of decision
If the Russians want grain and pipelines, let them cut arms
Computers track course of acid rain
Loosestrife: beautiful but unwanted
More at stake than usual in PGA championship
Chargers count on improved defense in bid to finally reach Super Bowl
The time-share pitch; Are vacation sellers throwing you a curve?
Housing that Moves . . . and provides, at low cost, the look and feel of a complete home
Juggling space for the ideal compact home
Telltale signs of rubber stamp art
Tales of the old West; The fine art of storytelling
Legacy of bitter war in Lebanon: thousands of Arab prisoners with nowhere to go; 'What will happen to the detainees is a political question,' Israel...
Wall Street leaves dungeon, but still exercises caution
Kemp dilemma: presidential hopes vs. Reagan loyalty
Beirut civilians -- will they leave?
Africa: desperation spurs reform
Reagan sharpens warning to Israel, stops short of action
Proxmire's booby prize; Does the Golden Fleece have a silver lining?
Minnesota's Twin Cities: partners in quality living
Chip wars: summer battle for our hearts and palates
Motor homes zoom back: gas prices stalled them; motel bills are giving them a boost
Jojoba beans: the plant of the future, or an intriguing fad?
Japan reports net export decline
US consumer confidence rises
Hitachi charges entrapment
Australia fears wheat loss
Will federal borrowing be too low for eager investors?
Hungarian maverick outlines alternative to state ownership
Ol' king coal -- soon to be recrowned in the US?
Politicians can't agree on whether Texas recession is coming or going
Also of note in Texas . . .
Israel seems determined to fight despite US warning
Legacy of bitter war in Lebanon: thousands of Arab prisoner with nowhere to go; 'I fought the PLO, and the Israelis put me in the same tent with the...
Legacy of bitter war in Lebanon: thousand of Arab prisoners with nowhere to go; Hooded informers and beatings alleged by detainee
Legacy of bitter war in Lebanon: thousands of Arab prisoners with nowhere to go; Israeli officials say accounts inaccurate, biased
New angle on an old game?
Visit to two time-share resorts: the pressure is on
Alaska: never-never land for Afghan nomads
Qaddafi accuses US of subverting OAU summit
Hungary looks to bountiful harvest to help repay its Western debts
Why Japan's history texts are volatile issue in S. Korea
Fight to regain control of spending in Congress
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