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Monitor Archive for July 1, 1981
The gap in Reagan's diplomacy
A lively, believable tale about surviving high school; Does This School have Capital Punishment? by Nat. Hentoff. New York: Delacorte Press. $8.95.
Countries in arrears: a threat to world banking?
From cycle to cycle
Science for profit: why researchers themselves promote censorship
Colorful picture books and storybooks, a summer reading roundup; The President's Car, by Nancy Wilson Parker, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. $8.95 .
New budget would slash federal estate taxes
Reagan succeeding because 'that's what public wants'
French socialism: a break with the past
It's worthwhile to weigh differences between CDs and T-bills
FitzGerald election could stall Ulster peace process
Turning children into violinists; Shinichi Suzuki: The Man and His Philosophy, by Evelyn Hermann. Athens, Ohio: Ability Development Associates. $22....
Your price of freedom
Some Japanese workers opting for family life over corporate glory
Key to Reagan budget win -- Republican unity
Superman's toughest foe: Swedish censors
New Euromissile feeler by USSR
Shock absorbers that help electric light bulbs last longer
Hua out, Hu in
Training as a mercenary: few seem to take it seriously
Woman expelled by US gets 'life' for war crimes
Professional advice for sewing active sportswear
As his world and ours meet
Plenty of gas for the 4th -- and a tad cheaper
Small city's vehicles take cheaper, cleaner route -- on natural gas
One girl's battle against the Klan; Morning Glory Afternoon, by Irene Bennett Brown. New York: Atheneum. $9.95.
Appraising mutual fund
A parent's consent
The stunning art of Tibet -- in Newark, N.J.
To control or not to control? Maine milk-price war hinges on answer
Hiring of top-level executives picks up
Mexico oil-price zigzag -- first down, then up
Jobs: Europe's No. 1 concern
Red Army in Afghanistan: going home soon?; Europeans hope Soviet troubles give Afghan peace plan a chance
Federation of Women's Clubs revives active volunteerism
Voting Rights Act -- a dilemma for Reagan
Colorful picture books and storybooks, a summer reading roundup; The Bear in the Bathtub, by Ellen B. Jackson. Illustrated by Margot Apple. Reading,...
Portugal warns US against aid to rebels fighting Marxist rule in Angola
Red Army in Afghanistan: going home soon?; Kremlin doesn't like trend of events south of the border
Older workers use sick days less
Colorful picture books and storybooks, a summer reading roundup; Three Days on a River in a Red Canoe, by Vera B. Williams. New York: Greenwillow Bo...
Economic barometer took a dip in May
Massachusetts faces day of reckoning on 'Prop. 2 1/2' tax cut measure
Siege that threatened war is lifted in Lebanese town
Coming of age in a fantasy kingdom; Mont Cant Gold, by Paul R. Fisher. New York: Atheneum. $10.95. (Ages 12 and up.)
Women crack the ice of the Henley races
The Statue of Liberty; IN NEED OF REPAIR
The bicycle, as seen as a tool of superb efficiency
New Construction starts slipped in May
Labor Party wins Israeli election
Peaceful change in China -- what Deng's new power means
Vietnam war recalled in the words of the soldiers who fought there; Everything We Had: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by 33 American Soldiers Wh...
Save the neighborhood savings bank
Beauty that's hers alone
Reagan and black citizens
And now there are four: men line up at Wimbledon
Belfast Samaritans help pick up the pieces
The mail comes to a halt as Canadians go on strike
NBC president stepping down
Women's rights amendment: the days dwindle
Colorful picture books and storybooks, a summer reading roundup; A Gift for Mama, by Esther Hautzig. Illustrated by Donna Diamond. New York: Viking...
New construction starts slipped in May adding to a crimp on aluminum shipments
China, rating Mao, calls his last years a 'tragedy'
Milk producers turn to technology to boost efficiency