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Monitor Archive for July 2, 1981
FitzGerald vows to resolve Ulster issue before tackling economy
Blacks 'bondage' to Washington -- in their interest?
What ballplayers are doing during the long timeout
Swiss burghers in pickle over US fast-food invasion
Moving up Patriot's game time; facts about firsts
Opium control in Asia: "like emptying ocean with a teacup'
GOLF; Some random thoughts
As NAACP meets, there is talk of marches and demonstrations again
Hague panel setting rules to weigh Iranian claims
Argentines unite to gain information about 'disappeared' relatives
Begin fights on, but lack of mandate could prompt new elections in Israel; Whoever wins inherits a country with deep ethnic, political splits
Trying again on Afghanistan
The Shaker's gift to America
Daylight saving time to expand?
Can quality filmmaking survive in today's Hollywood?
Turning oil slicks at sea into harmless rubber goo
Bank's ID, check-guarantee card is a hit with Arizona customers
TV erred in denying Carter time
The Arabs change their strategy
Water in context
Evert Lloyd vs. Mandlikova in Wimbledon tennis finals
US wary as Europe warms to leftist leaders in Africa
Reagan's ties to Democrats look durable
The social-security bind: immigrants the solution?
Longest Nazi war crimes trial comes to end in West Germany
Government and self-government
Poll shows support for power-sharing solution in Northern Ireland
Surrounding towns are wary; Louisville eyes metropolitan government
Dispute over remote Canadian inlet pits Indians vs. Ottawa and a US mining company
Lebanon's Zahle siege ends -- each side chalks up political gains, and some losses
Put the US back in government information
Shoe imports: putting the right foot forward
Dominican Republic President steps aside to bolster democracy
Rowland gets nod to take over Observer
10 handicapped people poised for Rainier climb
Wall Street whiz-cum-philanthropist
Business rolls up its sleeves for grass-roots lobbying
UN move to end relief efforts in Cambodia pleases Moscow
Stand up to hard drives at the net
Begin fights on, but lack of mandate could prompt new elections in Israel; Few foreign policy changes anticipated if Begin hangs on
Senator Weicker: GOP liberal who swims energetically against the tide
Decision on US bases in Greece must wait until fall elections
Recipes of chefs around the world in new cookbook
P.D. James; (Shedunit)
Best gumbo recipes from Southern plantation cooks
'Land, Sea and Air': Photograph by Peter Main
A new move to give cult converts time to "think it over'
Strange meteorites may be from Mars
US business: new optimism on economy
The house Post Toasties built
Survey team cries 'tilt' at Leaning Tower of Pisa
AAUW national convention sets ratification on ERA as No. 1 priority
Will solar research survive new cutbacks?
Fresh raspberries in a summer pie
Army secretary denies general's plea for draft
Touching Other Bases; A book of firsts
Bears, hummingbirds, and the Bank of America
Chinese Chairman Hu throws himself into his new role
50 Islamic-Marxists held in alleged Iranian plot
New airlines give big carriers a run for your money
Just in case,
Brandt, visiting USSR, told of aims for Afghan pullout