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Monitor Archive for September 21, 1981

This Oriole outfielder has batting down to a science
Putting money in a boat offers inflation flotation
Where Arabs may turn if AWACS deal is thwarted
'Solidarity day' in Washington gives Reagan foes a lift; protesters call economic policies their No. 1 Concern
Converted to cruising
West sees Moscow, Solidarity on collision course
Former defense chief raps B-1 bomber plan
Several killed by a bomb in a west Beirut cinema
California S&Ls lead move to 'going federal'
Clamp on Lennon artwork protested by rights unit
Poles edgy that Soviets might try economic squeeze
Soviets tighten screws on Poland, but keep door ajar
Unlooked-for favors
Honoring Jerry
Outsiders speaking up
Off with the guillotine
Allowances can teach sound money values while the stakes are low
US conventional missile passes nightime test
Can 2 million gnus have gotten it all wrong?
Kremlin admits it has advisers in Angola
When the 'soft sell' becomes a smokescreen
Zimbabwe's economy attracts US
Letter of devotion
'Solidarity day' in Washington gives Reagan foes a lift; protesters call economic policies their No. 1 concern
Three Memorable Cruises
Should the U.S. return to the gold standard?; NO
Sharing first flight's joy
Where Arabs may turn if AWACS deal is thwarted

Mothering and fathering -- an occupation for all
S. African party flaunts racism
Costa Rica; Orchids, shimmering rivers -- and democracy
Polish Solidarity attacked
Duarte visits US, seeking to undercut support for Salvadoran guerrillas
Center offers young people a lively haven from the streets
US 'Chicken Littles': why they doubt Reaganomics
S. Africa's homelands plan proves an economic failure
Polish Solidarity attacked while US Solidarity marches
Miami: a bubbling 'melting pot' looks optimistically to the future
Swedish paternity suit to establish father
Administration takes fresh look at helping poor nations
UN General Assembly session: long on rhetoric, short on results?
Reagan and Goldwater
Should the U.S. return to the gold standard?; YES