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Monitor Archive for February 3, 1981

The big Reagan-Carter difference
US Olympic panel looks past Moscow to an upbeat L.A.

Poland's debts: West's lever?

Your debt: going on a trillion
Several banks continue ease-up in lending rates
'Come back, Asians,' Uganda's Obote asks

S. Korean opposition hopes for toehold
Thatcher and the Labour split
Envoy to El Salvador fired for criticism, US confirms
Brock: known for his patience
US can keep feeding much of world -- if it stops eating its farmland

Bergonzi -- Met's living lesson in the art of singing
Space-shuttle launching again postponed by US

Endangered species!
Little inflation boost likely from shutdown of wage-price guidelines
Judge refuses to extend ban on Falwell interview
A good word for winter
China backs Cambodian noncommunist option

To David Gordon, dance is an intricate game
French 'tilt' toward Iraq in Gulf war seen in Mirage plane deliveries
Big powers maneuver on Asian Chessboard
Chrysler workers give slim OK to wage cuts
Finding the true voice
Solidarity warns Warsaw against thwarting farmers
Condos -- for you, your horse, your plane, your . . .

China's bulwark against Asia's new imperialists
Big powers maneuver on Asian Chessboard; Soviets try to counter US-Korean thaw?

Bilingual-class ruling scrapped
Group to gauge TV smut, seek sponsor boycotts

Bani-Sadr implies Iran's hard-liners out to kill him
Supply-side showdown: high drama on Hill
You can ski in old togs too

Spring is stunning at Washington's Arboretum
Peru and Ecuador agree to cease-fire, Brazil says
Turkey upset over Western critics
Carless in California? You can still do the coast
Israelis react to call for 'jihad'
The many marks of modern Art
Baghdad says its troops are deep in Kurdish area
In Britain: 'That's quite an invention! Let's not try it!'
A nation with honor
Moving coming up? US shift may cut cost
Percy urges Reagan: try tough action, softer words
Back to SALT
Some good in inflation? Hardly, one economist says