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Monitor Archive for May 21, 1981
Home-front shield needs replacing, Congress told
Rhubarb offers a tart, fresh taste of early springtime
Tomatoes add flavor, color to a quiche
CIA, Russia, and resources
Teens using certain drugs less
Expos: Have we got a rookie
John Kenneth Galbraith; Why does he make some people so mad?
Will the National Aquarium sink or swim?
Guest workers for the United States?
To defeat the IRA's new terrorism
Reagan-Europe formalities are over, now it's down to business
London fashion: a season for courtly romance; Designing Lady Diana's dress
Thatcher fires budget broadside at Royal Navy
California bank turns tables
Social security 'blooper' damage to Reagan image not long-lasting
Bolivian ruler says military to stop fighting drug flow
Can the 19th century save the Boston Ballet?
Capitol Hill move backed for prayer in US schools
Science, ethics, funds: hard decisions
Mr. Reagan's boldest venture
Can Reagan keep his pledges? Democrats issue an early tally
Attack on British soldiers stiffens London resolve on IRA
Keogh-plan variation builds art-investment fund for New Mexico dentist
Why more children are going to fundamentalist schools
US, Israel, and Egypt plan to form Sinai peace force
Obote's foes plan to sabotage Uganda's floundering economy
Smoothing in-law ripples
How to make Moscow grow more food
While Poland struggles, Gierek may get off with a public 'mea culpa'
Drought in Florida -- much more than just water supply problem
Tapas: that assortment of wonderful Spanish snacks
Cowboys -- the real kind -- are a vanishing breed
Yugoslavia fails to cool bubbling unrest in Kosovo
Haig cancels Japan visit amid furor over A-ships
John Clare's language
Saudi's oil surplus puts OPEC over a barrel
London fashion: a season for courtly romance; Fall showings bask in nostalgia
GOP tide slowed in Maryland vote
Population surge in Bangladesh defying big crops and family planning
I. F. STONE
Power plays in the colleges
Air-rights issue is one more US-Japan irritant
Demand for low-wage workers playing havoc with unions
Moyers to return to CBS in a 'Sevareid' news role
'This Is Elvis' and 'D.O.A.'
Quiet crisis in the library
What would basketball be like with shorter playoffs, less muscle?
From Cuba, a touching film that avoids ideology
Why war risk fades from Mideast missile crisis
Georgetown mall: kitsch or preservation?
India's save-the-tiger drive to add millions in funding
New Jersey election funds draw barrel of candidates
Thoughts in flight
Guess who's coming to dinner