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Monitor Archive for October 6, 1981

The candidate and the children in Brazil
OZARK MOUNTAIN CENTER; Arkansas
South Africa withdraws a journalist's exit order
Reagan picks task force to foster volunteerism
US grain: too big a bargain?
New spurs to Ulster progress
Venezuela firmly behind US on Salvador policy
World food distribution: an unsolved puzzle
Southern Writers
Sadat claims Libya plans to stage Sudan invasion
The many masks of modern art
RETREAT FOR TENNIS BUFFS; Florida
'A learning life'
Pacific islanders feud over independence
Strike at Chinese factory spurs inquiry on housing
And what part I?
Budget cuts threaten to take punch out of Reagan's 'war on crime'
Senegambia: Two nations in one
W. Germany refights WWII -- over a war film
Big US banks cut prime rate 19%
A conflict of images; Fashion magazines: What do they say about women?
How teams stack up for NL playoffs
Court gears up to hear controversial cases
Americans afoul of IRS: 5 million and counting
Iraq says Syria lets Iran use air bases for strikes
Bed and Breakfast in Vermont
Begin averts Cabinet row with promise on religion
Virginia; NATIVE AMERICANS WITH TRADITION
Kentucky; MARY TODD LINCOLN'S HOME
Nicklaus-designed golf course with its own waterfall
American Scholar to blame for Chinese cutback on US researchers?
OKEFENOKEE BY CANOE, Georgia
Soviet flotillas have plied Gulf coast, paper says
Division Playoff Schedule; (All times Eastern Daylight)
Pebbles
What do you know for sure?
Stingier on student loans, US still offers tax goodies
Future shock from Japan: managing life by remote control
Soviets may be looking for Afghan exit
South Carolina; THE GARDENS OF MAGNOLIA PLANTATION
African leaders welcome Western push on Namibia
Tomorrow's economy
Western timber industry grapples for way out of slump
Boston project shows how historic buildings can be part of solar era
Surprise shift in network rankings; 'Bud' Grant -- Man behind CBS-TV's hop to the ratings top
Reagan's MX plan draws scowls from US Joint Chiefs of Staff
How the Canadian energy pact ended non-violent civil war
Reagan may ask Carter to come promote AWACS
Some more help in Freddie and Fannie's mortgage kit
Car dealers worry price hikes will nip sales '82s
Duke University is step closer to building controversial Nixon library
Stronger dollar pushes up Europeans' bills for oil
Tennesessee; THE NEXT WORLD'S FAIR
Reagan's whiz kid Stockman: no one knows the budget better
Polish hopes going up in smoke?
New Jersey governor's race: a test of Reagan's policies?
West German Social Democrats in nuclear quandary
Mr. Reagan's guns