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Monitor Archive for July 28, 1981
German bankers say deal for Siberian pipeline OK'd
Progress for whales -- and people
To curtsy or no: etiquette a big issue at royal wedding
US ready to send in the cavalry to help catch elusive drug smugglers
New Zealand officials say Rugby tour can continue
The Woman's Building: fleeting monument to a capacity for work
Industry is taking a renewed interest in college research
Thatcher unveils plan to ease unemployment
Moscow's rising naval power in the Far East
Thai premier relinquishing Army post in unity move
Sonoma: an exquisite early California mission village
Elusive Mideast peace -- must it be imposed?
Royal wedding brings out the British -- in America!
Shells and tennis on a truce line
Shared values, and peace
Comeback on skates, bike
Portugal's military leaves nation's political crisis to the politicians
Progress on air pollution: Is it cost-effective?
Foreign Service criticized for being too male, white
Broadway's Ellington -- as a son sees it
Kremlin rules out Afghan talks
Rivalries left over from S. Africa election hobbling Botha's reforms
Castro snarls at US -- as he did in '60s
Iran almost sure to get a mullah premier
Senate unit gets counsel in its inquiry on Casey
US curb on overseas bribes: to prim, or simply proper?
Disappointed Sadat hangs on to Camp David-grimly
An 'old fashioned' artist's work in retrospect: Maurice Golubuv proves surprisingly durable
Trading with the Russians
Britain's hope for a royal-wedding tourist boom fizzles
Get those US troops out of Europe, said the colonel
Some indicators hint of a lack of balance in US economic recovery
NBC and CBS weigh 60-minute newscasts
The many masks of modern art
Labor pact offers Poland a model
The latest fighting in Lebanon
It's too expensive to catch last few particles, steelmen say
Army using great caution in transferring nerve gas