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Monitor Archive for February 17, 1981

That special gift
Winter dry spell pulls the river out from under Mississippi barge traffic
Landscape that is lived in
Visit the home of; A small town boy who made good
He makes lutes with 'a certain soul'
Editor's note
Election watchdog biting into US press freedom?
Mr. Sonnenschein's prizewinning pigeons
Off-Broadway offerings range from sadly tragic to mildly amusing
Reagan tells Cuba, Soviets: 'No more arms to El Salvador'
Students need phones -- lots and lots of telephones
Zimbabwe simmers down -- but basic dispute unsolved
Europe winces at Reagan's tough rhetoric
Landscape that is lived in
Hungary tiptoes behind Poland with own cautious reform program
Polish students gain concessions
How big will Reagan budget cut be? Closer to $10 billion than $30 billion, say economists
Off-Broadway offerings range from sadly tragic to mildly amusing
Ruined castles of the RHINE
Little Red Riding Hood country
AFL-CIO meeting raps Reagan economic plan
Instructor-to-skier radio makes a lesson more efficient
Reagan policy style: test public opinion, but guide it if necessary; Pollster: tax cut-budget cut stance is a prime example
Maurice Utrillo: current exhibit clarifies, defines
Carter's view of a good start that brought a bitter end
Iranian intellectuals claim abuses under Islamic rule
Report raises thorny questions about Sunbelt migration
When you go to Germany, don't forget your violin
A way West Germans can learn about the US
The revival of relaxation; Sinking into a chaise longue is easier than pronouncing it
California by bus
Soviet Union murmurs 'love me, or else' to Iran
Q&A: Why US grain embargo may not be dropped
Remedies for the abuse of children
All-out hockey player Barber is Flyers' cutting edge
Attache reportedly 'compromised'
Kurdish rebels retreat from stronghold city
West Berlin: shared moments and reminders of the past
State, local tax: $934 per capita
US dollar is back in run, for the money
What FEC asked the Digest
Oil firms wade into deeper water for offshore deposits
Irish officials plan inquiry into fire at discotheque
Of subtleties and linkages
American college students: Read any Hardy this year?
Washington, Cairo wonder how much US presence Egypt can stand
Old San Juan: colonial Spanish elegance
Off-Broadway offerings range from sadly tragic to mildly amusing
Guatemala braces for surge of Army-leftist battles
Americans look at Reagan and like what they see
Prices of mortgage homes up 7%
Cut tax expenditures, too
Sihanouk lays down conditions for leading united front against Viets
Strike dents peace hopes in Spain's Basque region

Reagan policy style: test public opinion, but guide it if necessary; Reagan had election-eve hostage speech ready
Yes, preschool makes a difference -- but what sort?
Foreign stake in US plants surges
Mrs. Thatcher urges oiling Anglo-American machinery
Explosion in stadium precedes pope's visit