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Monitor Archive for May 15, 1981
Jimmy Carter, 'fellow citizen of the world'
India counts heads and decides to push birth control again
Some vegetables do better with the right company
Space-age 'eyes' for harbor pilots?
US challenges: missiles, NATO, and Mitterrand
AN ARTIST 'SO NOBLE'
Australian states react angrily to cost cutting
US says world gain crop will set record in 1981-82
The Bible -- problem solver
Thatcher rejects charge of 'inflexibility' on Ulster
Recent slip-ups grist for new attacks on media accuracy
Light on African violets
'Escape From Iran' -- and a Canadian hero's role
US removes money claim on Iran from The Hague
Turkey vs. terrorism
Fighting the weeds is a constant search-and-destroy operation
Reagan is firm on tax cut, according to White House
Human rights and American interests
Putting the Congress of wigs and knee britches on record
Dino soars in hockey comeback
A Mexican land boom lures US citizens to buy south of the border
War-weary Israel not united on Lebanon crisis
Free-wheeling banks -- that's Canada
China serves notice on US Taiwan flirting
Saving a safety agency
Lake Champlain's 'monster': it may be a zeuglodon
Syria's hard line dims Lebanon's hopes for defusing missile crisis
US muzzles its role as consumer watchdog
Trial is set for 10 accused of plotting Dominica coup
Britain looks toward a new role in European Community affairs
Taking the locks off old schoolhouses -- a new lesson in urban renewal
Some 'give' in new coal talks
How changing times stymied redevelopment in Boise
As furs go in summer vaults, the industry tallies big gains
Those SAM missles in Lebanon -- why Israel would be willing to risk a war to get them out
Post-Mitterrand-election panic in French business community begins to subside
House-Senate unit moves fast on reconciling budget
Pope is reported alert, progressing satisfactorily
Democrat's Strauss impressed by Reagan performance, but . . .
The people's bandwagon
How wide should US hold its door for immigrants?
British Columbia wanted its own bank, which now thrives
Letter from Ulster: swinging cricket bats and flying petrol bombs
Democratic hold on governorships expected to resist 'Reagan tide'
Cafe blase about canine company
In need of funds, Mexico ups oil flow but risks lowering world prices