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Monitor Archive for March 20, 1981
Why legal aid for poor is target for Reagan budget ax
Farmer takes UCLA reins; tale of two pros; Divergent paths for two veterans
Business mostly bullish on downtrend in US interest rates
What does President Reagan read?
Israel's election campaign: Don't count Prime Minister Begin out
Corrupting the public imagination
Polish chief drops in on Hungary
The making of the man
The world in 1981: American power in a troubled world
The energy conservation movement has signed up a new recruit -- charity
CIA sticks to forecast of a drop in Soviet oil
New spurt from Mt. Etna threatens market town
One killed, one injured in space shuttle mishap
Iranians say Iraqi toll sizable in raid at front
Congress shows no signs of wanting to rescue the no-smoking section on US airlines
Farmer takes UCLA reins; tale of two pros
'A reporter can dream, can't he?'
Navy fires 'broadside' at sub builder
'Unfair to the worker!'
Democrats' economic plan
Smithsonian 'keeper of planes' scans aviation history
Detente isn't either dead, Haig tells West Germany
Why Britain 'must stay in Europe'
Why Britain's Breakaway party moves out front
Prudential buying Bache brokerage
SOS on Social Security
'Sliding' thrift industry still gets high ratings
Drawing -- a tough field where the few great artists are like mimes
Stored ash from wood stove is ready to feed garden
Reagan driven to cut Japanese auto imports
Zimbabwe parley to ask US, Britain to keep aid promises
Many wildcatters return to work in coal mines
The A's going all the way, Martin insists
Farmer takes UCLA reins; tale of two pros; FOOTBALL; NFL says no to stickum
Senate budget panel OKs almost all Reagan cuts
Brooklyn-made designer jeans are taking on the big-name competition
Proposed dilution of Clean Water Act stirs concern
Jack Kemp for governor of New York?
Detente is not dead
Voters not galloping away from Reagan, despite pool
Farmer takes UCLA reins; tale of two pros; FOOTBALL; 'Spider man' for the Heisman
Brezhnev's prickly olive branch
The leek, more delicate than the onion, is easy to grow from seed
Qaddafi's role in Chad worries US, Africans
Plan garden wisely to save on food bills
Recalling domestics humble and regal
You're about to become the target of a new food publicity campaign -- and it's not for breakfast links or sugar-free gum.
Is United States 'losing' Nicaragua to Soviets?
A tale of two cities: how West Berlin, Nuremberg are handling squatters
Reagan's not-so-different defense policy
Would you pay $19.95 to see Julia Child cook a chicken?