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Monitor Archive for February 11, 1981
Army eyes SWAPO bases; S. Africa may widen Angola strikes
Poland promotes a general
A Japanese envoy off to mend trade fences
Moscow's message for Poland's new man: make dissidents toe the line . . . or we might
Iran walks out of session as Iraq offers cease-fire
Lie detector on trial -- can it be trusted?; A Tremor in the Blood, by David Thoreson Lykken. New York: McGraw-Hill.$14.95.
W. Germany's trade deficit tumbles the mighty mark
Staging a comeback
Efforts stepped up to guard against more slayings of Atlanta children
East meets West
Rivalries flare up afresh in Zimbabwe's new army
Chrysler says it's all set to get $400 million bailout
Mexico rethinks Salvadoran policy
Iraq pushes offensive in Iranian hilltop area
Soviets call for treaty to ban neutron bomb
Coupon clippers cash in on a growing market
Fund helps America take care of its own backyard
A congressman looks again at the 'enterprise zone'
Right on, Reagan!
London air: clean enough for lichen
Massachusetts abortion decision may be headed for US high court
To escape the political meat grinder
Art as a storyteller -- it's doing better than ever
A European view; Can the United States save soccer?
Black conservatives like 'Jay' Parker step into Reagan limelight
Reagan budget team maps deep cuts at Energy
One at a time
Salary gap narrows between men and women
Getting rid of the GYPSY MOTH
Verbal assault on the language barrier; The Tongue-tied American: Confronting the Foreign Language Crisis, by Rep. Paul Simon. New York: Continuum....
Jordan recalls ambassador as Syria dispute heats up
Lemony satire on Soviet life; The Radiant Future, by Alexander Zinoviev. Translated from the Russian by Gordon Clough. New York: Random House. $13.9...
No distances too vast
Europe casts itself in role of Middle East go-between
A HUNT FOR ITS HERITAGE
Tackle inflation first, coach Friedman insists
Adobe gets new start as energy saver
Reagan budget cuts spare 'truly needy'
Post office faces a lot of static about electronic mial
Edith Piaf's tragic story arrives on Broadway after London triumph
Iran two years later -- a power struggle vital to the West
Auto worker goes on trial charged as ex-Nazi guard
The chief justice speaks out
The Burger gauntlet
Who knew about 'final solution'?; The Terrible Secret, by Walter Lacqueur. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $12.95.
Early reaction to 'urban enterprise zone' bill: it has practical problems
Information sources on heating a home
A tennis pro lists the weekend hacker's top goofs
Poland taps a new prime minister, but old problems haven't gone away
Those new 'steel collar' workers have American unions worried
No new Polish aid for now, US says
Dial-a-snow-report: for 50 cents you can get a ski conditions rundown
US Joint Chiefs chairman picked to complete term
Insurance cushion for municipal-bond funds: Is it needed?
Peking to market bonds to lick inflation, deficit
Amber Scriptum; (Script in Amber)