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Monitor Archive for December 4, 1981

To seize the day
The Two Egypts; CAN THE MEDIEVAL AND MODERN BE MESHED?
Barry Goldwater Jr.; HEADED FOR THE SENATE ON HIS OWN TWO SKATES
Allen faces inquiry by White House, too
Large chunk of Polaroid bought by conglomerate
Aerospace Force touted as new name for USAF
Soviets' second front in Afghanistan


Coalition out to save energy conservation from US budget ax
Mildew on foundation, wall: first, check for moisture
US keeps up momentum in Middle East
Begin survives vote of no confidence
Polish union leaders warn of general strike
House seller as a lender
Worth Nothing
No pens and pencils for Cambodia

Replacements for Lennox furnace burners
Any way you slice it
Three Mile Island operator charges negligence by US
Energy outlook for the third world starts to flicker
Journey to the Taj Mahal; VISIONS OF INDIA ALONG THE DUSTY ROAD TO AGRA
The feast of ideas
A reporter recalls 'a day of infamy'
Conference on Aging: How should US treat its elderly?
Cities struggle to interest the public in vital public works
Who will be football's No. 1 team?
With roller coaster interest, banks starting variable-rate small loans
Israelis pour scorn on pact with US
'Gleaners': leftovers by the ton to feed the hungry
OPEC to try to head off possible price-cut war
When South Africa frees hijackers

Waldheim sidesteps UN deadlock
US Caribbean policy: sending mixed signals
Reagan scorns Senate rejection of silo-based MX missile plan
Bread
Chevette diesel makes a perky bid to top its class
The Disney culture - as Michael Landon sees it
A small town's fortunes soar on the wings of the B-1
Chevette diesel makes a perky bid to top its class What the editors say:
Patricia Neal
How nuclear safeguards can be strengthened
Interest in solar homes
The silent tug-of-war for the Fed slot
Humidity, temperature critical in growing mushrooms.
Canada's constitution nearer home

Integrity at the CIA
Eyes on Nicaragua
Polaroid focuses on lines to provide a product mix
Nissan (formerly Datsun) adds three Stanzas to its motorcar epic

US foreign policy flies: but is it a hawk or a dove?
Not quite prime-time lawyer; 'MILLER'S COURT' MIXES LAW WITH SHOWBIZ
Will the curtain stay up on Reaganomics?
Angolan guerrilla greeted in US
'A very present help' in sickness