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Monitor Archive for September 23, 1981
'Now retirement is a woman's issue too'
Inside 20th-century music; Rhythm and tonality
Namibia: new US-Pretoria plan?
Nuclear plant gets nod to restart amid protests
Decision for retirees: finding a new 'Eden' -- or staying put
The building of a computer, told with suspense
Schools wave goodbye to students, hello to business
One killed in West Berlin as police charge squatters
Investigating whales; So Remorseless a Havoc: Of Dolphins, Whales and Men, by Robert McNally. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $13.95.; The Whale Called...
Retirement-reform plan sketched for Congress
Is it possible to be an atheist?
Gromyko fires at US in UN talk
Congress tills tough ground in trying to lower farm subsidies
Finland's future worries Soviets
Bomb explodes at office of American rugby group
Belgian coalition shatters over aid to steel industry
Georgian floods worsen grain outlook in USSR
The perils of predicting earthquakes
Reagan readies first step to deregulate natural gas
Pro-environmental mutual funds
To abolish the new poverty
Gunning for the firearms agency
China to US press: handle dissent with care
Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Bank serving American Indians passing a milestone
Soviets hint at 'give' in arms-control stance
New fast-rail service makes debut in France
Guerrillas keep control
Haig's third world
Arming Arabs: the lessons of history
Astros going all the way? Bossox play well for Houk
Remember El Salvador?
Cynicism pervades Mideast as Camp David talks near
The choices are changing
Video pen-pals: new way to learn foreign languages
How does your garden grow?
O'Connor to take oath in small ceremony Friday
UN's Waldheim: his own successor?
Court-martial ordered for A-missile officer
Tiptoeing across social security reform mine field
Latest pressure on Poland -- economic
Peg Bracken: a no-frills approach to home, hearth, and good food
Investing in art -- buyer beware!