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Monitor Archive for September 1, 1981
Women as communicators
College tuition up 13% this fall
Aides reported as critical of Reagan on hours at job
Mr. Fujita wants the Russians out of his islands
Copper, zinc bonanza 'neath Maine's pines?
Maoists hit US property in Peru
The many masks of modern art
Investigative reporters take closer look at US agriculture
US said to be weighing spy satellite for Israel
Grim challenge to Iran
Incumbents lead pack as mayoral races begin first lap
Can prizewinning playwright Thompson capture Broadway again?
Batters beware; Ron Guidry isn't what's wrong with the Yankees
An ancient region finds that petroleum equals power
Zimbabwe land reform puts snag in farm sales
Under -- 30s unite under antinuclear banner; Scorn for materialism, contempt for US missiles
On the face of it
Carter sizes up Sadat, Begin, and Brezhnev
The human factor plays growing role in product design
Bombing of US base: is German missile protest turning violent?
What to do when the swing is gone
What makes a good music festival?
US to go on selling arms to Taiwan, senator says
France may soon equal US as the enemy of Iran
Fashioning pillows with a Middle East flavor
Iran's mullahs face choice: isolation or extermination
SWISS TRAINS; PUNCTUALITY THAT WILL SPOIL YOU
Hungary's 'goulash miracle', with a taste of profits, is losing its paprika
A sour Polish anniversary as price of bread surges
TRoubled Zaire finds fewer active backers in the West
Right on, Mr. Volcker
World crime: casting out the beam
European youth in ferment
Gambia's 'optimists with tears in their eyes'
Frankfurt reopens opera house -- 'the most beautiful ruin in Germany'
Evolving US role: partner, not patron, of allies
A new twist in oil trade: Alaska-Japan, Mexico-US
Midwest leaders want boost for Great Lakes shipping
A year of Solidarity
Prime dip welcome, but interest rates still stuck on high
Economists debate return to gold standard
Tower to FAA: how safe are US air lanes?