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Monitor Archive for June 22, 1981
Trident sea trials said to be successful
Canada's Stratford season: off to a troubled start
French Socialists win by landslide
Schmidt bends to placate youthful nuclear critics
Europe bids for space profits; USSR ready for star wars?; Kremlin's apparent answer to US shuttle may help launch arms race into space
Trade-talk plan broached for Japan, EC, and US
Unfinished business: Rose's record hunt
Europe bids for space profits; USSR ready for star wars?; Ariane launching also masks European indecision on what to attempt next
Washington farmers wage war against soil erosion
If your favorite federal program just got the ax
Automatic bank tellers do everything but say 'hello'
Checking out the bottom line
Defying 'male' and 'female' labels aids well-rounded single parenting
It's not curtains yet for the arts
India's bondmen -- freeing them is only a beginning
Marcos has uphill road, despite election win, US endorsement
Wimbledon pops questions for players, and for England
Big oil and decontrol: exploration slighted
Only 1 for Labour but 50 for the Conservatives
It's a long way from Newton to Dorchester
US called the top source of terror arms -- in thefts
Two found guilty in plot to overthrow Dominica
Sinai settlers prepare for exodus
The revolving chairmanship
Soviets wonder how to respond to US moves
Teaching genius . . . does it come in a can?
Caught in the middle
Let's have more 'real' press conferences
In a Tchaikovsky festival, Balanchine choreography helps
Trend of the economy
Final attempt sought to avert air walkout
Magazine helps children become wise consumers
The big choice in US foreign policy
And the strike goes on
CBS and the defense debate
Family bill: has 'New Right' jumped gun on presenting social agenda?
Reagan's popularity ratings take a tumble
African visitors say political issues override need for US agricultural aid
Nicaraguan priests told 'quit politics'
Supreme Court appointees -- 'what you see' not always 'what you get'
Fusion's glow dims under budgetary shadow
From China to the US
Can Bani-Sadr fight back?
Investors the world over heat up markets in the Far East
US on Asia: defense plus other aid
Camp chores help build character
Missouri River project leaves big cleanup task
Israeli poll shows gain for Begin after A-raid
Laid-off teachers get new 'degrees' in computer field
More-secure MX systems studied
Judge in Brixton riots inquiry takes to the streets
Nukes: what the US can do
Hostage settlement to be weighed by Supreme Court
Even government supporters in S. Africa question bannings
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