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Monitor Archive for August 18, 1981

On Weathering Gales
Squatters in Cape Town offered jobs elsewhere
Attendance slowly returns; As the strike ended they weren't playing hardball
Retirees beat costs
The many masks of modern art
Soviets say US has asked for formal OK of envoy
Media outrate politicians for trust
Haig reopens the dialogue
Unions, Parliament 'outs' protest India's strike curb
Muslims and Communists wage stiff battle in Beirut
Marshall had Tom Dewey keep a US code secret
Reagan rides high, gives his party a lift in California
El Salvador: the myth of the center
Controllers' strike squeezes airline jobs; 5,000 laid off
Ways to fight violent crime
Sri Lankan violence brings a nationwide emergency
Saudis flex oil muscle hoping for a US quid pro quo
Sweden explores 'Brezhnev tie' in Wallenberg mystery
Philadelphia Bulletin's reprieve: hope for evening dailies
Israel, Jordan, and Saudi meetings -- Reagan holds Mideast cards
Switzerland's Lugano -- spaghetti under the palm trees
Gardens of the mid-Atlantic states
Court ruling deals blow to Britain's controversial closed-shop system
US shipper alters course on saving boat people
France's popular -- and enigmatic -- Jean Dubuffet
High school 'tycoons' learn free enterprise first hand
Planning retirement
Hurricane forecasting: some progress, but still a gap
Israeli economic choice: fight 130% inflation or pay off national debt
Moscow keeps Warsaw guessing
Flappers at the Goodspeed Opera House
Public hands President a 'honeymoon' extension
Hijackers of Iranian boat call for fuel in Casablanca
Xian: historic Chinese city enjoys third 'golden age'
Fears of a coup in Nigeria fade, but President is in rough waters
US and Israel: a new realism
Pakistani farmers: more roads and irrigation could boost their harvest
Sudden healing takes time
Strife in Iran continues; forming Cabinet is shaky
Mexico argues 'guest worker' plan would benefit US but not Mexicans
News for the traveler
How Reagan tax cut could turn charity on its head
Americans see a pickup, but spending plans lag
Corporate climbs
Small businesses trade overseas, with a little help