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Monitor Archive for July 8, 1981
Engineers who dance to the sound of America
Polish airline employees, port staff threaten strikes
Peronists: leaderless and disorganized
Soviet-Syrian maneuvers raise political ante in Mideast
Audubon shows its talons to representatives of Agriculture and Interior
'Back in the groove' golfer Whitworth still plays to win
Transit woes still haunt Chicagoans
China now and then. . . Tale of 12th-century Chinese rebels; Outlaws of the Marsh, by Shi Nai'an and Luo Guanzhong. Translated by Sidney Shapiro. Bl...
Liverpool police contain fresh spate of violence
Butterbeans and seed corn
Watt reported adamant on offshore oil leases
Critics take exception to 'all savers' aid for S&Ls
Falling prices add a tinge of green to gold
Africa's Sahel: two scientists suggest that the long drought is ending
Beyond Britain's riots
Air envelope keeps this solar home warm -- and cool
Pro football Hall of Fame readies its walls for four more portraits
Sino-American ties: a chinese view
Stock transfers in the market
Israel's defense policy
Tax cut: is Reagan head start enough?
Tax shelter for student use
Maintenance and emergency kit keep bicycles rolling
Brandt's Moscow trip sets the cat among the pigeons
Creating a winning interview image
Prices of food and fuel nudge up producer index
Syria says it shot down another Israeli spy plane
Latin America ministers to size up Haig
Heisey glass: modest tableware gains a following
Refining the criteria for personal financial adviser
Israeli election shakes Egypt's dreams of peace
Pope names an associate to be primate of Poland
China now and then; China: opening a door to the world; Coming Alive: China After Mao, by Roger Garside. New York: McGraw-Hill. $12.95 .
Brooklyn Bridge: help is on the way
How some Chinese moviegoers size up their country's US-bound films
'Feminist capital' on rocky journey toward equality
Iran on alert for suspect in Tehran's big bombing
Astronauts doing dry run of 2nd space shuttle flight
Israeli coalition building -- when tiny religious parties get very strong
Solar craft hops the channel
Employment expectations for US college graduates remain at a high level
The angel's overcoat
When the tufted titmouse moves in on the chickadee
Child and sea
Best caulking for windows
Afternoon on the River
A closer look at nation's first woman high court nominee
Fresher faces for China?
Latest book in the 'Dune' series lives up to Frank Herbert's tradition of good sci-fi storytelling; God Emperor of Dune, by Frank Herbert. New York:...
Your're not helpless!
Fraser would like looser US antitrust laws
Modern architecture and moral vision
Yugoslavia's maverick province tries to keep its cool