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Monitor Archive for August 7, 1981
Mideast cease-fire gains strength each day it holds
Where's energy crisis? Oil 'glut' puts it on back burner
Sadat using US visit to signal fellow Arabs
Farm worker leader plans Ralston Purina boycott
Castro in Mexico to talk of summit he won't be at
Pentagon to get more continuity in buying arms and a gunmaker finds his optimism coming back
Cuts in social aid to put more on US food stamps
Test of commercial rocket fizzles in a Texas firing
Bats, bases & banknotes
No hopeless situation
Kenya paradox: Western technology, African tradition
A look back at TV's 'golden era': it really was golden
Arab AWACS: the view from the technical side
Disney at the Whitney? A tribute to animators
A thousand drummers
Dolphins aim to rebuild strategy
Britain unveils model plan for Liverpool face lift
Pentagon to get more continuity in buying arms
One gardener's favorite summer crown -- butterfly weed
Medfly drama shifts to Florida -- and Graham
Introducing -- electric tomatoes
Putting woes? Forget the hands
Britain is doing too little for nonwhites, study says
Reagan economics: a collision course?
Fiscal 'sleeper' -- Congress spending more than its own '82 budget allows
Unions squirm at Reagan hard line on Patco
Equal rights: testing the Reagan approach
For Poles, some crumbs of comfort
Seagram fails on Conoco but still buys its shares
IRA orchestrates series of bombings in Ulster
Top of my world, down there
Seaside slopes in Spain ablaze with a garden
To help the poor after their federal agency is gone
Marcos reshuffles Cabinet to reform bureaucracy
Simple care produces raspberries year after year
Why not talk with the PLO?
Silence may be golden as chorus asks for pay
Job's frustrations underlies controllers' strike
Labor strife tests governments in Poland, US; Air controllers and stress: would higher pay, shorter hours help?
US grain flow to Soviets may be brisk October
South Africa's 'unexplored possibilities'
French confrontation with Iran: storm in a teacup?
FAA'S air traffic controller academy ready for the 'crunch'
Hostages held by rebels in The Gambia are freed
States called on to make sure amusement parks are safe as well as fun
Savings are possible, but . . .Going the old-house route
Panama colonels jockey for power after Torrijos rites
Ability to woo controllers eludes 'strong' President
Labor strife tests governments in Poland, USSygmal
Ray Bliss, a strategist who rescued the GOP