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Monitor Archive for May 20, 1981
Suzuki, under fire in Japan, may not be able to forge US military link
US teacher group to fight a Klan drive for students
Rescuing America's heritage
Confidence creeps back into Lebanon
Swedish prime minister again forming coalition
TVA touting a cheap solar water heater it developed
New study of Catherine the Great; Russia in the Age of Catherine the Great, by Isabel de Madariaga. New Haven: Yale University Press. $40.
Senate panel backs move to forbid deficit budgets
Wood gains points as an industrial fuel
Well-made novel sifts black history; The Chaneysville Incident, by David Bradley. New York: Harper & Row. $12.95.
The sweep of the Christ
Chevron cuts merchandising by direct mail
Kremlin tries one-upping US in Middle East
Maggie and the Irish
Learning about investments
Chinese farmers learning from Kansas counterparts
Title IX: More races to run
June Sky Chart; Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Japan: facing up to nukes
Alternatives to caulking windows
Ex-Argentine torture victim decries Lefever nomination
The 'last word' on Mao: More democracy ahead?
Taxes, pensions, and the delicate task of compromise; Reagan's budget win belies Congress's still-potent clout
Parrish adds durability to Tiger lineup
Prague 'cottagers' devote loving care to weekend dwellings
Vote yes on infant-food code
Price freeze expected at OPEC conference
Hunger strike dramatizes plight of Cuban detainees
Two Monitor writers honored by press group
Polish turmoil grows beneath surface calm
How the University of Akron will change
Britain's Navy minister fired over cutback issue
Baseball negotiators face to face as date for walkout nears
Analyzing the news business -- a talk with Hodding Carter
Why Reagan is ready to compromise on tax-cut plan
Call in an expert on chimney problem
Taxes, pensions, and the delicate task of compromise; Can Reagan meet Congress halfway, keep momentum?
IRA blows restraint policy
To put away an overhead shot, take your time
An eyeful of world
What happened to Iran-Iraq war?
The 'privatization' of a British Columbia corporation
N.Y. bomb scares go on
Increasing retirement income
1st-quarter gain in output better than early US tally
Choosing a summer camp for your child
A scholar's view; Moscow is not winning Africa
Auchincloss turns to Louis XIV; The Cat and the King, by Louis Auchincloss. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. $10. 95.
'Tax shelters': you don't have to be a millionaire
How the vibrant Alvin Ailey troupe looks from the inside