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Monitor Archive for November 6, 1981
Charleston, S.C., mulls whether to promote tourism
Japan has ancient ties with China but it's Western links that count
Northeast wakes to acid rain threat
Safety and the drinking age
It's not too early to plan for spring
Last decade's innovative industry is not doing badly either
Nuclear warheads on Soviet sub in Sweden
An autumn reverie
How to become a broker of small businesses.
Canadian court curbs air controller strikes
Troika talks in Poland pull things out of mire
Beating Brezhnev at peace
Problems of a sloping yard can be solved by proper plantings
Stagnant home-sales market invites doubtful purchase schemes
The New Right and American politics
A saga of sage - from kitchen garden to kitchen
Diplomatic tide slowly turning in favor of PLO's Arafat
Trudeau gets go-ahead to write a new constitution
Shuttle's delay: a chance to iron out unexpected bugs
Immigration package:'yes,' 'no,' and 'yes but'
New network series: is anyone watching?
Palestine aid agency in dire need
Cigarette-sponsored survey: way around ban on TV ads?
Mitterrand's France pledges to aid Africa, not to meddle
Election '81: it was the man, not the issues
North Carolina basks in talent
Maneuvering for a seat at the peace table
Administration officials clash over NATO nuclear 'demonstration' plan
The breath of life
2 prisons have flare-ups as one quiets down
Apple pie of my eye
Four portfolio prophets share their investment views
US blocks Viet project meant to step up food
Critical moves in Europe; Will Belgians OK missiles?
Paving the way for new ideas
Princess now a lady in waiting
Egypt, US pin autonomy hopes on Israel's Sharon
Europe tries to marry Camp David to Saudi peace plan
For ease of ownership, vacant lots beat other real estate investments
Spain rife with rumors of a coup
Stop squabbling, Reagan tells foreign-policy men
When well-known operas take on a new look
Big New York bank cuts prime rate another notch
A hopeful and bounteous land