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Monitor Archive for June 4, 1981
Regional rule: two tales of a city
Italian Socialists offer premier possible reprieve
Steinbeck's California home renovated as a restaurant
Citizen groups saving US farmland from developers' bulldozers
One Percent for Art: A penny for the old guy?
White House calls off its search for a yacht
Echoes of 'Sagebrush Rebellion' resound in Washington corridors
Poland moves fast to undercut its home-grown critics
NBA changes its game; bringing the Dodgers 'home'; marathoning; TOUCHING OTHER BASES; Marathoning's allure
Keeping the lid on Soviet labor
Indian birth-control effort finds mostly women in line
Should the Guardian Angels guard your safety?
More British workers buying a stake in the firms they work for
Our role against crime
Cat-and-mouse game proceeds on US tax bill
Hunger-striking vets say White House says nothing
D-DAY; PHASE 2 IN WHICH I OCCUPY PARIS
Rural India tries a new sterilization technique
Protectionism: pressure's rising but the barriers aren't
Malaysians alarmed over law limiting public comment
Israel debates going nuclear as balance of power shifts
New French government ups minimum wage 10%
The Poles and the bear
Pope leaves hospital and returns to Vatican
James Ensor, turn-of-the-century maverick
Israeli raids in Lebanon may undercut Habib mission
Police break up students in Johannesburg protest
The way home
IRA seeks votes in south -- but probably in vain
British shipbuilders fight decline
Alan Alda adds directing to his bag of tricks
Food stamp cuts could weaken attacks on poverty, malnutrition
NBA changes its game; bringing the Dodgers 'home'; marathoning; BASEBALL; 'Bring back de Bums'
Mexico, despite world oil glut, keeps on pumping, cuts prices
Staging the classics in Brooklyn
Finding the man in his work
NBA changes its game; bringing the Dodgers 'home'; marathoning
'New' Mozart symphony -- not bad for a nine-year-old!
The future of American ballet
A celebrant of jazz
World's big airlines to ask for 5% increase in fares
Soviet Union notes rise in its infant mortality
US race relations: after progress, blacks see a pause
Two defectors say CIA reneged
Anti-Semitism: 'CHRISTIANS HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY'
The Saudi factor
GM plans to put $6 billion into European production
New design touches, $200 million price tag, and all -- B-1 may yet fly
Neighborhood watch programs aim to diminish crime
Carey: Democrats', New York's troubles not over yet
120 students test metal, er, mettle, in spelling bee
US sticks to story of clandestine Soviet tank shipments to Nicaragua
Mathematics goes soft around the edges
New Zealand's Social Credit Party raises eyebrows as it gains ground
New Jersey governor's race -- it looks like a referendum on Reagan
Picnic shopping in London for a summer lunch outdoors
How Austria steers around severe economic storms
The poet becoming the poem
A tip on June marketing: 'Buy beef, chicken, eggs'
Reagan's Mexican trouble: too many illegal 'guests'
An orange cake with fresh juice, rind
Windy City White Sox aren't flapping in the breeze
Financial cloud over city parks
Spring's best berries baked in four colorful pies