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Monitor Archive for March 5, 1981
The decline of bigotry in the United States
MISCELLANEOUS; TV-aided coaching from afar
Don't cloud the Clean Air Act
AN OUTSIDERS'S VIEW OF INNER MONGOLIA
A larger hole on golf greens?l
Message from a March Rainy Spell
Spain's Army marches to a dated drummer
Calling Silent Cal
Salvadoran guerrillas fire on US Embassy
One man's struggle to avoid extradition by US to Israel
Pakistan air hijackers free some hostages
And don't forget Eastern basketball; BASKETBALL; Eastern fans speak up
A cookbook just for children; Loaves and Fishes, A "Love Your Neighbor" Cookbook, by Linda Hunt, Marianne Frase, and Doris Liebert. Scottdale, Pa.:...
Turkish diplomat slain by assassins in Paris
Strike alert declared in Poland's Lodz area
'In search of an author'
Zimbabwe's economic policy greeted with pleasant surprise
Boston Ballet maps S. Africa tour
FOOTBALL; New league may be on horizon
Republicans say era of blossoming 'youth' is revitalizing GOP
Unraveling the mysteries of migration
DEVELOPING THE SPACE FRONTIER
Truffaut's 'Metro' a winner -- In defense of 'Fort Apache'
A chocolate dessert for special occasions
Mrs. Gardner's Garden
Eric Sevareid hosts triumphant Churchill docudrama
US diplomat tells leftists: Salvador pluralism acceptable
WILL PEACE AND PLENTY FLOW TOGETHER
Reagan's right turn for mass transit
How to keep good knives sharp
For nonwhites it's easier to break S. Africa's race laws than find a home
Saved from sin and disease
Roasting a chicken
Mideast shuttle mediators expect no quick results
Tighten up patchwork of SEC laws, Congress urged
Reagan's guns and butter
The man who would outlaw sand castles
Better world food crop predicted for this year
Out -- but not down -- in Washington
Parent power; How to keep a kid off drugs
New techniques help save shrinking tropical forests
Taiwan regime rests on four steady 'pillars'
Vintage finery: the return of antique lace
Red Holzman -- the Marco Polo of pro basketball
Solidarity tries to get itself (and Poland) on its feet
AND THE AWARD FOR MOST UNUSUAL HAPPENING DURING AN OSCAR PRESENTATION GOES TO. . . (breathless pause)
Pakistan boosting its Gulf security force?
Space: must US retreat?
Has South African genealogy had a 'whitewashing'?
Cronkite steps down: That's the way it is for America's 'most trusted man'
New house prices take another upward surge
Artists Motherwell and Marin: two American giants to be reckoned with
Reagan to wage TV blitz if Congress balks at tax plan
Norway's premier sees new role for Europe
Concern voiced over environmental moves
Light out of darkness
Party quietly promotes Brezhnev kin to hierarchy
Exceptional acting brings Byron's ghost to life
Kremlin woos West's friend, Jordan, in new attempt to win a Mideast role
Proper purpose, wrong method
US wants more talks on Law of Sea treaty