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Monitor Archive for March 16, 1981
Up and down in Britain: taxes, the royal wedding, 300 puffins, peer parking perks
Burdened taxpayers hunt shelters, even try evasion
School bells ringing again for teaching jobs
Natty nauticals; Sailor styles make waves
GOP right posts watch on Reagan orthodoxy
Evacuees of A-test atoll suing US over UN terms
New York presents its all children's theater
A safari spirit captures Britain
The harvest of conscience
Paris strikes it rich
Coping at the message center
Soviet-Iraqi ties at new low -- Gulf war isn't helping
Tourist flow to US seen hit by air-fare hikes
To young children, 'the good old days' can be just a week ago
Reagan Africa policy: sharp turn ahead, or only slight fork right?
Whoopers swoop back from brink
Soviets try to win hearts of Europe on missile issue
'What Christian Science Teaches About Intelligence'
Five picture books worth a look; Louie's Search, by Ezra Jack Keats. New York: Four Winds Press. $9.95
Scientists wince as budget axe swings
'Victory' eludes both sides in El Salvador war
Props for Poland: where East and West meet
Poland: labor truce holds . . . just
Prim and pretty
He who beats the Tar Heels gains an inkling of Dean Smith's genius
Reagan and Western Europe
Dallas pulls it all together
Soviet bid to 'use' hijacking fails
Five picture books worth a living; The Adventures of Madalene and Louisa, by L. and M. S. Pasley. New York: Random House. $7.95
Trio of billion-dollar mergers: just the beginning?
The new sensationalism
Pakistani plane hostages: few options but giving in to terrorists
French Communists' 'bull in a china shop' campaign may win votes
Cleveland Indians trying to remain optimistic
French menswear: it's all in the wash
U.S. menswear: the season for color, texture
Riots of ruffles
'Time has melted our (China/US) hearts together'
Strike in Philadelphia hits 400,000 commuters
Five picture books worth on look; A Bear in the Air, by Leslie Williams. Owings Mills, Md.: Stemmer House. $7.95
Five picture books worth a look; The Little Humpbacked Horse, by Margaret Hodges. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux. $9.95
New gadgets for maple sugaring hint sweet turnaround upcountry
That leader instinct
Reagan 'safety net': why it could fail many truly needy
Pants in disguise
Standing firm on South Africa
Union officials try to regroup labor to buck GOP tide
The return of elegance
'Oklahoma!' -- delightful as ever
A crucial Reagan adviser
Military training proposal: 6-month hitches as 'test'
Graceful merging of present, past; The Keeping Room, by Betty Levin. New York: Greenwillow Books. $8.95
Mergers bring out the bulls
Levesque takes campaign out on a limb
Five picture books worth a look; Adeline Schlime, by Tatjana Hauptmann. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. $10 .95.
Nicaraguan opposition forced to cancel rally
Petrels and the boy who helped save them; Bermuda Petrel: The Bird that Would Not Die, by Francine Jacobs. Illustrations by Ted Lewin. New York: Wil...
SE Asia hopes for Reagan help against Vietnam
Those Democratic marshmallows
Haig trip: Will it move Palestinian issue off back burner?
Fine cast sings with presence and clarity
W. Germans push worker democracy
Wanted by school orchestra: an exciting original composition for performance
California town wants to exploit geothermal bonanza
Medieval tale of serfs, free men, and minstrel; Pearl in the Egg, by Dorothy Van Woerkom. Illustrated by Joe Lasker.New York: T. Y. Crowell. $8.95.