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Monitor Archive for February 20, 1981
Main Iranian party replies sharply to rising criticism
Reagan lays it on the line
Reagan and red ink: relaxing an anti-inflation tenet
Spate of leaflets attacks Iran regime's actions
Reagan tests Latins on US role in Salvador
The risks of resuming 'containment'
Britain's beleaguered Iron Lady backs off
Canadian constitutional debate heats up
The Philippines after martial law
Yes, plastic pipe can be replaced
US, USSR agitated about tiny, troublesome neighbors
Reagan banks on wisdom of taxpayers
NBC's 'Evita Peron': simplistic, dangerous mythmaking
Pakistani forces shore up Saudis -- but troubles bubble at home
German SS suspect vanishes
Chautauqua era survives in a Midwestern community
Franchise appeal erodes among real-estate brokers
Can Celtics catch 76ers?
South Africa: Can race war be avoided?
The dullest man in the world
Turkey says arrests stun extreme political groups
Reagan talks tough -- and he means it
Strategies of attack on patio-brick fungus
Soviet parley: much chatter, little change?
New Senate chairmen put labor on defensive
Basques force inquiry into police procedures
Muskie's parting words
How heat pumps work and who makes them
Reader seeks data on water turbines
Drafts and cold nights are the villains; Windowsill chill may be doing in your indoor plants
Congress soft-pedals opposition
Jordan reciprocates, cutting Iranian ties
America's criminal record
'Springtime for Shylock and Othello'?
How trees can help us out of the woods
US output rose at 4% clip in final quarter of 1980
Upbeat mood beneath mayors' budget criticisms
Peking's ducking out of big foreign contracts takes toll on its image
Industrial lands' GNP -- growth seen at a trickle
18-cent letters, not 20, backed by postal panel
De Soto, ho!
Palme continues shuttle to seek peace in Gulf
S. Africa presses ouster of Johannesburg blacks
Moyers does it again . . . and again . . .
Europe nervously watches dollar climb -- and oil prices with it
Kurds seize hostages to pressure Iraq
Salt water taffy -- still a part of Atlantic City
Percy: US must 'draw line' on Soviet 'adventurism'
Traveling Pope nudges Filipino church; will it nudge Marcos?
Shattering the glass bell
A thriving green yarrow charms autumn days when all the summer blooms have faded
Will Polish calm satisfy Kremlin?
Chance discovery produced the long-keeping tomato
AFL-CIO accepts challenge to come up with alternative