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Monitor Archive for February 27, 1981
'British hostages' await way out
New car paints designed to reduce rust and pollution
Democratic leaders say guns-and-butter budget risks inflation
Aiding people uprooted by transfers to relocate in tough housing market
The lady from Maine
Chrysler loss expected to reach $1.7 billion
US looks sharply at Canadian oil policy
News of royal wedding gives boost to British business
Getting smoke stains from stone fireplace
Turkey wants its exiles back but they won't go
'Budget creep' may throw wrench into carefully tuned Reagan plan
How France sees the Atlantic alliance in a time of change
US quandary: Can it supply arms to both China and Taiwan?
Help on the way for Canada's Massey-Ferguson
A Night in the Country
A 'historian' looks at today's mixed-up economics
Plan to tax social security draws opposition quickly
Central America and the Caribbean
A bean that's one-up on the others: it defies frost
Cubans, curfews, Kalashnikovs calm Eritrea
Johnny Miller reignites; Tiant off to Oregon
TV trends: moving into the gray area of advertised cable
Spanish general arrested for role in coup attempt
Auto workers ready to rejoin AFL-CIO
Will the real natural gas story please stand up
Back River, books 'n breadboards
Harmony and health are for everyone
Leadership shortfall may be Democrats' biggest liability in 1982, 1984
Arms aid: a gauge of US foreign policy mettle
Peugeot builds a luxurious small car to enter strong bid in US market
Stockman as star -- or meteor
Step-by-step primer on how to grow a thick lawn and keep it that way
First question -- which borers are at work?
Billboards face shaky future along US roads
Bluster and bluff in Central America
Harvard may grab forefront in fight for better race relations on campus
Tiant hits Oregon trail; Tiant off to Oregon; BASEBALL
Zia regime detains opposition politicians
Gray-water disposal an island problem
Peru, Ecuador end border clash
Cambodia's surprising recovery
And now natural gas?
Reagan challenge: How do you train jobless for new careers?
Insulation, yes, but for a different reason
Salvadoran guerrillas used ID to fake claim, says US
US asks courts to hold suits filed against Iran
Some hot spots -- and a hopeful note -- on US 'third border'