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Monitor Archive for October 7, 1981
Kremlin will shed no tears for America's friend Sadat
US: praise for the man, doubts about the region
Trudeau keeps door ajar for compromise
Cairo: tumult on scene, doubt on what comes next
Sadat -- his strengh lay in his very Egyptianness
A clever new kind of control for Leafcutter ants
Thai Government's critics want 'open door' to Vietnam
Women designers bring fresh ideas to menswear
Americans can help themselves -- and each other
The Reagan MX menu -- Why?
Infrared astronomy forces the planet Neptune to yield a secret
Iran's new President: a chief Khomeini strategist
Upstarts vs. veterans is the Al game
Machinist chief criticizes AFL-CIO for weak support of controllers strike
IRA inmates win 'give' on garb
A revived Korchnoi draws Karpov in 3rd chess game
Salvadoran troops circle rebel posts in the north
Antique paisley shawls can adorn a wall, complement country clothes
China's offer for Taiwan -- but what about Taiwanese?
Selling an old home and buying a new?
A tale of 'connections' gone astray at a Chinese factory
A guiding hand in season
Chitchat about presidents, writers; Presidential Anecdotes, by Paul F. Boller Jr. New York: Oxford University Press. The Oxford Book of American Lit...
District hot-water heating enjoys cost-saving comeback
Israel given OK by Saudis to free grounded warship
Short-term interest rates begin what may become a slow slide
Sales of US '81 cars hit worst point since 1930s
Los Angeles begins to shed image as cultural wasteland
Continuing Sadat's work
What reduced emission standards would mean to high altitude cities
Russia's protest literature studied; A History of Post-War Soviet Writing: The Literature of Moral Opposition, by Grigori Svirski. Translated and ed...
Big US oil drilling firm being bought by Kuwait
First non-NASA satellite may launch era of low-cost space exploration
US agency readies new war of words
Canada pledges big share of foreign aid for food
The fight to end abortions likened to freeing slaves
Claudette Colbert in a mild thriller; A Talent for Murder Starring Claudette Colbert, Jean-Pierre Aumont. Suspense-comedy by Jerome Chodorov and Nor...
The favor of a reply
Enough the image, the ideal
After Sadat, US Mideast strategy put at risk
Israel watches succession in Egypt with one eye on Sinai withdrawal
Cotton candy and bumper cars -- a German Kirmes
Now the Russians worry about dominoes
The day management got the word
Doubts undercut South Africa's plan for constitutional reform
Voting Rights Act gets big boost from House vote
Idealism, commercialism rub shoulders; Major hotbed of American art -- N.Y.'s SoHo
Vermont: beneath the foliage, a natural gas bonanza?
Small business aids
Installers of hot-water systems heat up 'solar wave' forecast
US accords Wallenberg citizenship for heroism
Most US aid works -- but not this $28 million
Joe Kennedy, Venezuela link up to bring fuel to Massachusetts poor
Solidarity issues plans for tough new program