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Monitor Archive for November 10, 1981
B-52s mark US support for Egypt
Arab decisions at Fez could undercut Camp David plan.
Still more cuts sought, Treasury secretary says
Is happiness 'a Thing Called Joe'?
Reporters cheer new White House press room -- and Jim Brady, too
New England braces for its first toxic waste landfill site.
Reagan economic adviser: economic rally in spring
'60s black boycott faces damage test in US court
Testing time for Belgium
Belgian election fails to turn up a clear winner--another coalition likely.
Workers at a Ford plant OK contract concessions
'Decorative' -- it can be a misleading word in art
To the Reader
Saudis seem confident of winning Arab support for Fahd peace plan
Bounty for Soviet germ weapons
Americans favor strong defense, shun hawkishness; Reagan loses points among women for defense spending plans
Thatcher rejects call for spy investigation
Compelling tale of fact and fancy about crossing Niagara Falls
W. Berlin comes to grips with its Prussian past
Staying the course
Israel hits back against Western 'tilt' to Saudis
USC rooters say Allen is better than the best
Fewer buyers sound a sad note on electronic organ
Make Gauguin and Melville your guides to the South Seas
LAGOS; City of go-slows, lean-tos, skyscrapers
Civil liberties advocates brace for assault from America's right flank
Colonel Qaddafi is difficult
A US businessman's prescription for Poland
Ellen Goodman on public policy and private life
The beguiling little restaurants of Taipei's night market
US children snub high-cost school lunches
Wrong umbrella for Egypt
Australia's diamond euphoria: flawed by politics
Anxious Cuba pushes Canadian trade ties
US painting too bleak a picture in Salvador?
Poland weighs rejoining IMF to bolster finances
New airline for nonsmoking passengers claims a successful takeoff
Falling interest rates: experts see outline of long-term economic relief taking shape.
Saudis say Israeli planes violated their airspace
A hotel with an Oriental elegance
'Corporate weddings' spur antitrust watch