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Monitor Archive for May 19, 1981
William Saroyan, Pulitzer playwright
The many masks of modern art
2 officials rap US stand on baby formula code
In a word
Royals languish in cellar
Recovery plan: Can America's dollars do the quickstep?
The not so new wisdom
Entire French village wins honorary degree
CARTAGENA; an intertwining of the sea with the land
A slightly confusing Agatha Christie whodunit
Rolling out the coaches for a royal ride to St. Paul's
Botha may speed timing on S. African shift to federalism
Italian voters reject move to end abortion
Capturing the light of southern France
Private colleges and free speech
Prime rate hits 20%
America as a beacon
Breaking the pain barrier
Energy revolution, Chapter two: turning to US coal
West's media admonish UNESCO
Broadway's high-flying act: a falcon
The myths come tumbling down
New Teamsters chief likely 'to shake things up' when he moves in
Miami riot: waking up a year later
Michigan state officials work to outflank property tax ax
This summer, opt for the tranquil English countryside
Israel at the brink of war asks, 'How did we get here?'
Japan reels under Reischauer's nuclear 'bombshell'
Bahamas girds for banking competition from US
When a billion-dollar water project divides neighbors
Pg. 6Repercussions for Cambodia seen in China-Vietnam border clashes
Reagan 'signaled' on human rights
Egypt's Sadat agonizes over how to react
American's savings grew, spending slipped in April
MX missile: a trump card for Salt II?
Wooing private millions for public colleges