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Monitor Archive for April 30, 1981

Abscam figure who won reelection will resign
Creamy watercress soup
Vietnam, Cambodia claim stout backing in elections
In defense of the criminal justice system
Why US scientists fault Reagan budget plans for them.
Baryshnikov breaks new ground
Baseball's El Toro: Mexican mirage?
A rite of spring, a mushrooming business in Michigan
Who speaks for Jane Addams?
Reagan speech: drama, challenge, hope
The folk song of Fortune's 500
Union giants -- merging for what?
Selling the Observer: an editor protests
Man of the 'our'
Watching Boston run: the lessons of the Marathon
Recommendations
Harold Coolidge, CONVERSATIONIST
For Voicespondence Club, tape recorders replace pen and ink
US stiffens Salvador policy, tells junta to clean up its act
US to halt A-fuel to India; S. Africa making its own
Who qualifies for child-care tax credits?
Southerland cited for 'Spy Wars' series
Exiled West Bank mayors hope to go home after Israeli election
Facing change
Notes from a village
News testaments on women and religious history
The decline of the superpowers
Celebrating Sakharov
Sri Lanka's 'little Gandhi'; ARI-ONOMICS' STANDS ACCEPTED WISDOM ON ITS HEAD
Polish 'reform congress' in July
Despite problems, Boston has made substantial educational progress
Saints' draft of Rogers reinforces rushing game
'Opposition party' takes on new meaning in West German politics
Cover-up alleged in New Zealand's worst air disaster
Welcome spring with fresh asparagus
His message: Film is an art; Beyond Hollywood's goals: The Stan Brakhage style
UN to call for S. Africa sanctions
DAWN OF THE 'PEOPLED SPACE AGE'
US asks Soviets to urge Lebanese cooling by Syria
Coal-powered ships: a nostalgic way to cut costs
Valenzuela wins 'oles' in Los Angeles
Boston -- nearly broke and wondering what to do next
The charm of stencil art attracts new enthusiasts
US unveils its plan to cut federal funds for schools
CHILD CARE: IN THE BOSS'S BEST INTEREST?
Should US cut its foreign food-aid pie more evenly?
Better, though, for knowing both worlds
Metallurgists break through the rare-elements barrier
Israel pushes informal alliance with Falange in Lebanon
Short takes
South American imported grapes in new dishes
Auto workers push labor unity
Bellwether index shows economic pickup ahead
Fixing up without federal dollars: one town's way
Tense Northern Ireland braces for aftermath of Sands hunger strike
China issues an array of economic statistics
Overproduction forces California tomato growers to mull cutbacks
Ford and Chrysler report new losses in 1st quarter
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR IS ON THE AIR
Giving elderly alternative to nursing care