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Monitor Archive for December 16, 1981
Alcohol fuel shift pays off with farm byproducts
Prolonged drought brings changes to Chesapeake Bay
Iraqi Embassy in Beirut racked in 'kamikaze' hit
Soviet official calls for dialogue with Solidarity; Central Committee member says Polish events moving in 'positive direction' -- but danger of civi...
Solidarity operating with 'skeleton command'
Zimbabwe's new battle: reconstruction
Housing chief taking off gloves on budget cuts
Liberman, by Barbara Rose. New York: Abbeyville Press. 393 pp. $75.
Western legislators seek same-time poll closings
A plan to chip at national debt by selling surplus lands; Capitol Hill could call for reassessment of properties, sale of nonessential land
Israeli move to annex Golan Heights throws moderate Arabs into tailspin
Coach Stagg - still unsurpassed
Insider trading of stock: a new case for SEC?
For the new break on gift and estate taxes, many must revise wills
Weinberger attacks Golan move
With local charity for all
Boll weevils, gypsy moths, and the 97th Congress
East Berlin's peace rally for writers takes a shot at both superpowers
Cross-country ski gear goes sophisticated
Critic's choice of new art books; The Random House Library of Painting and Sculpture, edited by David Piper. New York: Random House. 4-volume slipca...
Floating by as naturally as music
Wanted: new space goals for US
Defense reform group in Congress tries to reorder Pentagon priorities; Trying to reorder Pentagon priorities
US officials skeptical of Soviet 'moderation'
Mines explode in Pretoria, knocking out power lines
'Queen Elizabeth nearly slept here'
New York: an early look at spring
Advice and tools for skywatchers; The Practical Astronomer, by Colin A. Ronan. New York: Macmillan. 153 pp. $20 .; Whitney's Star Finder, by Charles...
Communists stay home when Paris cheers the Poles
The case of the smuggled popcorn
Cuban subsidies go off and prices shoot up
US labor protests crackdown in Poland
In the rush to label new works, does the artist get trampled?
Namibia at a glance
Child abduction problem recognized, solutions sought
Labor rethinks Southern strategy after Du Pont setback
California snowmobilers rev up for test runs in US park
Old-fashioned holiday ideas; The Gift of Christmas Past, A Return to Victorian Traditions, by Sunny O'Neil. Nashville, Tenn.: American Association f...
Speaking of the Many Silences
Freezing Britons send aid parcels to frozen Poland
A Polish publisher pins blame on central planning
Ulster's worried Protestants losing their faith in moderation; Leaders say violence may force 'taking matters into own hands'
Circus under a real tent -- in New York!
Inside America; A Retrospective
Namibia: toughest round of independence talks ahead; S. Africa hopes raid into Angola gives it bargaining position
Do news reports dismay you?
Rookie Schayes just isn't yet Old-Pro Schayes
Masterpieces of Modern Art: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection, photos by Lee Boltin, selected and with a foreword by Dorothy Canning Miller. New...
The Golan grab
Soviet official calls for dialogue with solidarity; Polish reform under siege: how much can be salvaged?
Saving energy: one man's equation for comfort
Ad Reinhardt, by Lucy R. Lippard. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 216 pp. $65.
Polish spy gets 'life' for spilling US secrets
Pravda got it wrong
Help for disadvantaged called possible hindrance
Mitterrand and Reagan don't see eye-to-eye on dealings with Libya