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Monitor Archive for July 15, 1981
Small-business tax liabilities
Colorado oil shale project banks water rights for future
Emerald fields against a backdrop of urban decay
Israel jets continue attacks on Lebanon
North vs. South: old US political patterns erode
Block Island; Little Phody's ocean islet
General Acounting Office takes aim at Army's controversial M1 tank
It's time to cash in or trade those old Savings Bonds -- at a tidy profit
Senate ethics panel starts hearings on Williams case
Begin gets the nod to form government
Japan's defense: know-how instead of missiles?
US schools: trailing the Russians in math and science
High cost of bankruptcies a reason to save 'thrifts'
What would Teddy say?
Gold medals for Twain, Cather
Time out of time
Europe's 'anti-Americanism' may reflect worry over Soviet military power
City workers in San Jose OK pact that ends strike
The butler didn't; License Renewed, by John Gardner. New York: Richard Marek. $9.95.; Monk's Hood, by Ellis Peters. New York: William Morrow & Co. $...
What Shakespeare kept on his bookshelf; What Shakespeare Read -- and Thought, by A. L. Rowse. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan. $12.95.
Copter begins swooping over California Medflies
Yamaha recalls bicycle forks
Were ancient hominids meat-eaters? What old bones can tell us
Unlimited people, limited land -- is there an answer?
Oxford's dazzling story anthology; The Oxford Book of Short Stories, chosen by V. S. Pritchett. New York: Oxford University Press. $19.95
Kania gives Polish reformers a boost
Reagan's Taiwan policy could stall Sino-US momentum
How women's tennis at Cal Poly smashed to the top
Massachusetts employees back on job after walkout
The new volunteers: not what Mr. Reagan had in mind
UFO's: It's Time For a Scientific Approach
Private foundations in trouble: tax laws, inflation eat up funds
At Tanglewood this year, it's choral works and opera
A better strategy for Soviet containment
American boost for arms control
Britain can show the way
India forced to resume imports of food grains from US
Potent Greek drama at a dizzying pace -- in Williamstown, Mass.
Labor Department changes bring grumbles from unions
You are important
Mediator named to end Canadian postal strike
CIA's secret-agent chief resigns over allegations
Lack of confidence drops British pound to $1.86
Family enjoys simple living in efficient solar home
Germany's garden owners -- content with their lots
Why interest rates are resisting all overtures to come down to earth
Gasoline prices: get set for more increases soon
US-Israeli strain over raid on Iraq lifted, envoy says