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Monitor Archive for September 2, 1981
Book Briefing -- recent nonfictions; The Florence Baptistery Doors, photographs by David Finn, text by George Robinson, introduction by Kenneth Clar...
Massachussetts bets on slot-machine revenue
Newton's law of gravity: scientists have some nagging doubts
Science probes that just won't quit
US truce an in Korea warns north on missiles
Schoolbooks -- Japan's latest political battleground
Executive pay -- steady at best?
Mexico reports 6% hike in oil and gas reserves
Saudi pressure to cut oil prices may cost OPEC unity
Judge O'Connor in the long view
Solidarity accuses Warsaw of strike-blocking tactics
Teachers should not strike
Book briefing -- recent nonfiction; Deep Blues, by Robert Palmer. New York: The Viking Press. $14.95.
To catch a glimpse
Ready for a jolt? Electric cars are finally on showroom floors
COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1981
Belgrade crackdown may fuel, not extinguish, Albanian nationalism
N. Korea to train Zimbabwe Army
OF POETS; Theodore Boethke: Poet of praise
Saudi Arabia: ties with tribal regions maybe frajing
How to 'lock in' on high interest rates
Ford price increases lowest of Big Three
US tilt to South Africa costly; gains unknown
How fares Chrysler's array of 'comeback cars'?
Iranian leaders struggle to fill gap left by bombing and regain control
The Oregon Shakespearean Festival; Treasure -- trove of theater in an Oregon mountain town
Canadian air controllers say US hired unfit people
Federal deficits not the interest-rate culprit
Marine turncoat contends he's due $147,000 arrears
Book briefing -- recent nonfiction; A Better Place to Live, by Michael N. Corbett. Emmaus, Pa.: Rodale Press. $14. 95.
Reagan and federal regulations: just a clarification or a showdown?
The rings: gasp of surprise, glimmer of understanding
Discharging problem men working well, Navy says
The Libyan incident: more than meets the eye?
Low-profile motor homes designed for new efficiencies
Central African Republic taken over in Army coup
NEA leaders charge Reagan policy biased against public schools
An Italian political leader accused of desertion prod
Reagan wage move tightens federal white collar
Leaving Washington for the path of service
Chicago sees genesis of hand-painted fashions
Two poems: Theodore Roethke; A Light Breather
Photos shown in Jakarta of Soviets' Afghan thrust
Iran heading back toward Shah-type autocracy?
Egyptian anti-Camp David opponents forge coalition
Ireland's early saints and heroes; The Flowering of Ireland: Saints Scholars and Kings, by Katharine Scherman. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $16.95.
Freeing Alaskan oil for export
Superpower standoff brews volatile reaction
$1,000-a-plate dinner -- with Ralph Nader
Two poems: Theodore Roethke; Four for Sir John Davies
Real estate industry foresees boom as interest rates slip
The right to pray
Midwest governors seek solutions to regional slump
Capital outlay plans up 5%
Burger opens exhibition of America art in Peking
Book briefing -- recent nonfiction; Retirement Edens Outside the Sunbelt, by Peter A. Dickinson. New York: E. P. Dutton. $15.50 in hard-cover. $9.25...
How to be a shrewd clothes shopper