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Monitor Archive for February 10, 1981
Dublin alarmed at possible armed backlash in N. Ireland
Moscow's pedestrian survival plan: 'Jump'
New York-Atlanta Amtrak ride: inching towards the future
Kidnap stresses Lebanon violence
American quilts aren't just on beds anymore
West urged to aid energy self-sufficiency in third world
And Cynthia Dwyer, too
Burger's 'shocker' speech: a bid to stir debate on criminal justice
Central party in Spain fashions a show of unity
Greeks divided on country's expanded role in Europe
Apple growers biting into foreign markets
Two nuggests from the still-free public-TV treasury
Ex-Labour minister cuts ties in bid for new party
Singapore questions Cuba as nonaligned leader
World rights report, 1980: less harm, but privation
Right's new weapon -- think tanks
US asks UN unit to curb nations aiding terrorists
Life after 55: Japan easing forced retirement
Kidnapping of diplomat fuels Jordan-Syria tensions
What makes a war 'just'?
Polish leaders try to defuse spreading crisis
Finishing furniture with fabric
End of 'baby boom' should help ease youth job shortage
New Jewish West Bank settlements pose problem for Labor Party
Life -- an adventure in loving
New Caledonia tense as colonists try to resist independence drive
Traditional inns of JAPAN
Discus throwing legend Al Oerter wants a 5th gold medal
Prime interest rate slips another notch
Chinese report A-reactor made by them is working
The Giscard plan for Afghanistan
British think twice about EC ties
Sadat offers Europe his Mideast peace plan
PBS planning venture into pay television
Mr. Paley paid
Study: Khmer rebels face a grim future in Cambodia
Kurds engage Iranians in a 'second war'
Mr. Congeniality takes to the 'bully pulpit'
No welcome mat out for gambling in New England
Garwood lawyers claim evidence insufficient
Salvadoran leftists lose ground
Life by the Potomac snares ousted, retiring lawmakers
'Unique in all the world'
How two programs ready inner-city young for work
Morocco gets US planes for Western Sahara patrol
Soviets warn Japan on Kuriles recovery
Dwyer's Iran exit delayed by last-minute hitch
Portuguese military crisis -- blowing in from Spain?
If you're Peter Martins, when you hear Stravinsky, 'you gotta dance'
Boston schools face early closing as city's education funds dwindle