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Monitor Archive for February 24, 1983
Turbulent morality play from the Manhattan Theater Club; Summer; Play by Edward Bond. Directed by Douglas Hughes
Painting Churches; Play by Tina Howe. Directed by Carole Rothman.
Scorsese's tragicomic variation on 'Taxi Driver'
Max Roach's mixed-media 'study in shapes and sound'
I Solisti Aquilani brings panorama of Italian scores to North America
'Robinson Crusoe' tames sun, wind, and wave off Brazil
The many masks of mdoern art
Diamond of a lesson
Gillis MacGil: from top fashion model to owner of a model agency
Prayer and nuclear proliferation
Save the Lever landmark
The new automation
Learning from Times Beach
Fired EPA aide denies any wrongdoing at agency
Israel sticks to position on Lebanon withdrawal
Presbyterians will reunite
Most of social security bill approved by House panel
Lockheed gets OK to sue US for Vietnam crash cost
World financial crisis termed less likely now
For the record (6)
For the record (3)
For the record (1)
For the record (5)
For the record (4)
For the record (7)
For the record (2)
Namibia talks may end fighting
Andropov suggests Soviet reform
Setting the panda watch
Colonel Qaddafi's latest caper
No time for 'beggar thy neighbor'
North to the what?
Haze over the Arctic: a climate experiment that no one planned
Quite right, Dr. Watson, it's a laser
March Skychart; Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Mile star Eamonn Coghlan thrives on indoor meet atmosphere
Walker reverses direction, becomes General; Tabb top US amateur athlete
Baron of public broadcasting
Honda's high-tech approach is on display in the Prelude
How Tokyo views US-Japan trade dispute; Many US firms thrive in Japan's 'closed market'
How Tokyo views US-Japan trade dispute; Japan vs. the West: resisting the irresistible?
How Tokyo views US-Japan trade dispute; Why Japan resists buying more US soybeans, beef
Reagan self-assessment -- from EPA and '84 to Mideast
First Amendment and the press: rethinking libel laws
Helping restock a London library with Americana
Oil will be cheaper -- but by how much?
Americans can rent (almost) anything
Honor ethic: it's gone with the winds of antebellum
New England's business climate shows warming trend
Selling diesels is no problem for Mercedes
Cost of owning a car starts to level out
Japan still open to US businesses
Dutch plan to cut housing subsidies may spark revolt
On Reagan budget, money supply, surge in housing starts
West German arrests cut into terrorist ranks but threat persists
Israel confident despite threat from broad-range Soviet missiles in Syria
Dutch debate who should foot the bill for toxic-waste cleanup
Blacks' anger erupts as S. Africa refuses to extend urban housing
South Africa -- after two decades of militarization
Roots of Assam election violence run deep in India's history
Chicago a step closer to having its first black mayor
'Unbought and unbossed' -- Askew leaps into the Democratic race
In San Francisco, the middle of the road has its hazards
Toxic waste: Where are the other Times Beaches?
Moscow holds its tongue despite souring relations with Islamic Iran
PLO after Beirut: much rhetoric, few answers
Black clout now a political fact of life in US
A homespun Down East quiz show catches on
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