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Monitor Archive for July 28, 1981
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
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