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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1981
Marathon look at a complex question: national defense
A temporary job at the Monitor
French legislative election nears
Where in the World are trade and investors flocking?
'Love Canal South': Alabama DDT residue will cost millions to clean up
Israeli raid -- 'least costly option'?
Ulster Protestants launch independence party
Era of male dominance in Switzerland may be coming to a close
'Real money' comes out of budget, but GOP makes some concessions
Poland's Communists rally to Kania and reform -- and rebuff Soviets
Israel and Poland defy their big-power patrons
2nd Pulitzer story hit; panel calls it 'reckless'
Soviet aid to Poles may be slowing
Keeping in touch?
Japan will ease auto sales to Benelux nations, too
Abortion: to turn the situation around
Leader of small party faces big jog in Italy
'Strike 1' about to echo in empty ballparks
Iraq seeks Arab aid for A-work
Iran's pendulum swings against bani-sadr
Change of pace
Saguaro cactus, giant sponges on wooden frames, stand desert watch
In the Net of an Hour
Responsibility and strength
The real defense issues
Portugal tries to put a lid on political violence
Sprouting tiny seeds indoors gives crop a head start
Afghan President yields premier job to a deputy
THE MUSLIM REPUBLICS--WEAK LINKS IN THE SOVIET CHAIN?
Japan and China hunt solution to stalled Shanghai steel mill project
Begin says raid destroyed secret installation, too
A fragrant and flowering shrub
Responding to the raid
Democrats learning 'survival skills'
New US grain sales to Soviets: the question isn't if, but how soon
Energy-saving underground homesEnergy-saving underground homes
Find the right mix for the 'new federalism'
US says 5% of S&Ls are on danger list
Items you may have missed
Betty Ford, Alan Alda in forefront of final drive for ERA ratification
That Israeli raid -- the White House still has questions
CHAIRS; in which architects design furniture to furnish the spaces they create