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Monitor Archive for March 11, 1981
How the Kremlin is countering tougher US foreign policy
Japan -- even the gangsters 'behave'
Uncapping energy development
S. Africa's Catch-22 for blacks: no Marxism, and barely any capitalism
Alexander's conquests skillfully traced in biography, exhibition; The Search for Alexander, by Robin Lane Fox. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $24.95 ....
World urged to unite to meet growing energy challenge
Updating US bombers
Caribbean market dry: breadfruit to brake fluid
West Germany unmoved by the Soviet Lorelei
Whitney Biennial: fun and games, with flashes of genius
Walesa, Jaruzelski to talk despite brief strike
April date targeted for space shuttle launch
Taiwan does better than ever, despite lack of formal ties
Investing to pay rent?
Persistence that wins
Alberta oil cutbacks fuel Canada's east-west clash
Designer Edith Kressy offers clothes in custom kits
One-act plays: minor key. "Knuckle": socially conscious mock thriller
Argentina, Chile take battle stands over forlorn isles
Even a big Continental Mark VI can be a good-mileage gas saver
Reagan's 'lean' budget: now it's up to Congress
US proposes early NATO talks on nuclear arms
You, Yeats; (for Ireland now)
First class 18 cents, postcards 12 on March 22
Reagan reported weighing broader powers for CIA
Reagan's 'lean' budget: now it's up to congress; Federal grants for arts -- 'to be, or not to be'?
Gifted teachers remembered by their students; Stories of Great Teachers, edited by Joseph Epstein. New York: Basic Books. $ 13.95.
Democrats quietly plot party comeback
Complexity snags the use of home equity in retirement
A small body of thoughts
Plane hijackers send an ultimatum to Pakistan
ROTC marches back onto campuses
Hecklers greet Reagan in Canada
Recycled air pollution
Why Hispanics spurn concept of Mexican 'guest workers'
Some signs of practicality among Iran's rulers
Dayan urges Israel to give self-rule in West Bank
Colette's letters offer style and insights; Letters from Colette, selected and translated by Robert Phelps. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $12.9...
Canada investigates charges of overpricing by oil companies
False assumptions on foreign aid
Protecting Assets by Cryptography
US weighs more aid for Poland, warns Soviets
New British budget sits heavily on country's taxpayers
In which our columnist meets his (tennis) match in Jausovec
Egypt awaits Haig visit with plenty of questions on Mideast issues
US labor, management link arms to tackle common economic problems
With few friends, PLO finds the Diplomatic going rough in Lebanon
Federal rein on the money market mutual funds?
Low-cost US loans: helping hand goes back into pocket?
New radio program aims for older listeners
LP gas now runs a lot of automobiles and trucks
USSR to change its oil export pattern
Figure skaters need to think of '84 Olympics now
Report the third world freely -- but fairly
Interest rates slip in New York, Chicago