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Monitor Archive for May 5, 1981
Is US letting nuclear option lapse?
"The music of the spheres"
California auction house caters to western clientele
Spain's coup attempt may have been success after all
Canadian officials clarifies outside-investment policy
For firmness at the Fed
Syrian moves put Israel in a bind
UN vote on S. Africa sanctions could split US, Europe
ERA forces make plans for what is likely to be final ratification drive
Less disclosure for US agencies
Marvelous Celtics called on to do it all over again
El Salvador: the Zimbabwe option
US-European relations warm despite differences
Reagan takes long-awaited step toward arms control
Stationing GIs in Sinai
Court to rule on tuition charged children of aliens
New no-frills airlines grab a large share of the deregulated skies
Aer Lingus flying high -- on its own
Ireland at a glance
In US grain belt, farmers worry about Reagan's breadknife
Innocent people in prison from Mao era, China says
Chinese wave an olive branch at India -- and India waves back
American plants: they came, they set up shop, they're glad they did
Egyptians wonder how long Sadat can keep wages up, prices down
Lebanon's choice: another war or a slow-building peace
Camp David 'club' weighs Sinai Force, including GIs
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR IS ON THE AIR
The many masks of modern art
IRA aims at leftist revolution in Ireland -- north and south
A lotta enchiladas later, Carlos has restaurants all over Mexico
Reagan, Lopez Portillo head toward a middle ground on El Salvador
Why are Democrats in disarray?
Remember spring-gun control?
Let Cuba-Haiti influx stay but hold line, panel to ask
Land of the young: more jobs wanted
Rights champion Reagan?
The Irish punt on its own
Unhappy labor chiefs look for ways to outflank Reagan policies
Begin assails Schmidt over Mideast comment
Fewer tourists on the 'ould sod': Dublin moves to lure them back
Galbraith on Reaganomics: 'for the forgotten rich'
New York newspapers, Guild seek to avert strike
Polish government gets down to turning promises to workers into law
Needs of Vietnam vets coming home to US lawmakers
European ports to be able to police safety on ships
Houston's all-American opera
Captain flees Salvador when he's told, 'You're next'
The big banks raise prime rates to 19%
Royal Dublin Society weaves the cloth of Irish society and industry
Cause and effect in foreign policy
Talks to settle coal strike to be resumed Thursday
Reagan's budget juggernaut rolling
On diplomatic front: neutral, yet stoutly anticommunist
Some bright spots in economic indexes
Great Lakes glisten again -- but the shine may soon fade