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Monitor Archive for January 16, 1981
'Soviet Memorandum' The challenge nearer home
Legacy to Reagan -- era of 'limits'
Official fame for pitcher Gibson
Unionists in Poland warn against Saturday penalties
Egypt to bankroll its world trade
Italian terrorists free judge unharmed
Crime victims seek greater access to the criminal sentencing process
McKinney steps up the cadence for jog-along Pacers
Turkish council plans step for democracy in autumn
'Gang of four' trial: legal breakthrough for China
Carter farewell -- bowing out with quiet dignity
A new lift for US breeder reactors?
The tricky course of modern art: There's more than one path to follow
Inaugural coverage: the flood starts early, runs late
Iced-in Nantucket: 'Oh, is it winter? We'd hardly noticed'
Kremlin in transition: Can new generations break with rigid past?
An environmentalist welcome to Mr. Reagan
FCC votes to ease rules on radio ads and fare
Hussein turns down 'Jordanion option' for Midwest talks
Food -- more exports need not push domestic prices up, study says
Utilities slash outplay plans
US gives conditional OK to new Chrysler backing
Building a new life
Cool Like Cal
For keeping out weeds at the seed stage, rely on specialist producers
Tales of the frozen harvest
King honored across US; Buffalo 'anti' rally fizzles
Massachusetts closes schools to save heat
US might have to pay up if Iranian assets are freed
To a wintering bird
An epoxy finish lasts longer
Thank you, Mr. President
Patronage hiring gets nod -- officially -- in Chicago
Colombian coal mine to be world's biggest
Loans, food-aid programs in Carter agriculture budget could face cuts
Of endings and beginnings
Israel's people leave and the problems remain
Haig unscathed by Senate 'trial'
Watt: personable, approachable
Changing Dallas Skyline signals an era of rapid growth
Carter's 'budget book' due for quick Reagan revision
First small steps toward feeding a burgeoning world