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Monitor Archive for March 18, 1981
A tale of two presidents
Find the real 'culprits' in saving energy at home
Oil officials of four lands weigh OPEC output cuts
Frank Robinson stresses basics for the Giants
Salvador's Morales Ehrlich: Can the middle hold?
'A bird in the hand'
Beneath the hoop: some college powerhouses wipe out
Spread the word: spring skiing now the best of the year
Japan steps in to spark its sagging economy
Novel from king of aviation fiction; The Aviator, by Ernest K. Gann. New York: Arbor House. $10.95.
Moscow's missed opportunity
'Great leap' envisioned by Europe in China trade more like a baby step
Sudan's leader set to resume ties with Egypt
Japan's school discipline crumbles
Khomeini to lieuetenants: quit feuding
Pakistan -- latest superpower pawn
Iraq going all out to get A-arms, Cranston says
There's still time to save PBS -- if you hurry
Beyond the coal dispute
Beware close US military ties with China
Reagan hits budget-figure charge
The unicorn at rest
Trims at US Postal Service 'no disaster' for most users
Credit card scheme traps another bank
Update on how to ease the inheritance-tax burden; Reestablishing credit
Update on how to ease the inheritance-tax burden; Inheritance taxes
From the White House, road ahead looks wide open for economic plan
Islamic panel to resume attempt to end Gulf war
Los Angeles reversal another flat tire for busing
Coyote cuts trail of controversy in eastward trek
Moscow still signals concern over Poland
Back to barbers: more men opt for basic cuts
Sihanouk on Cambodia's anguish; War and Hope: The Case for Cambodia, by Prince Norodom Sihanouk. New York: Pantheon, $10.95.
Proton speed record hints hope for safe nuclear fuel
House in an air envelope draws warmth in winter, coolness in summer
Walking city sidewalks: alone but not afraid
Consumers move ahead with wallets open
Elegant hair: the long and short of its.
Update on how to ease the inheritance-tax burden
Output slips in February; people outspend incomes
The miracle twice-blest
Polish farm leaders call a strike in northern area
Reagan program cuts may chill "frost belt" most.
A new call for peace from Irish-American leaders
US, Soviets already fought World War III -- by computer
How big is the universe?
For you a unicorn
Argentine Nobel winner sees new sag in 'rights'
S. African blacks face joblessness, overcrowding in 'resettlement area'
How the oil price spiral reaches all the way to a Sri Lankan village
Computers make airplane design easier
Retirement issue sticks in coal-contract talks