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Monitor Archive for September 30, 1981
SS-433 -- a small weird star that has scientists stumped
USSR withholds new aid as Polish economy totters
International Monetary Fund stiffening its loan terms
Soviet laureate's novel a disappointment; Pack of Wolves, by Vasil Bykov. Translated by Lynn Solotaroff. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. $10.50.
Stepped-up gun-control efforts meet stiff opposition
Job absence rate continues to drop
Why some meteorites contain microscopic diamonds
The high cost of threatening Qaddafi
Try swinging 'through,' not 'at' the Ball
Pentagon's Soviet primer
A sandbox and an apple tree
US door closing on Haitian Refugees; Those already here could face deportation
Ensuring justice -- within the law
Pakistan rejoining Commonwealth?
Environmental groups jump on political bandwagons
MACOMBER animal farm with a mission
Inflation mocks 'safe' investing
Paris haute couture courts lavish themes
Mercedes-Benz is building mostly diesels for US highways in '82
Reagan touts capitalism to IMF
Lawyers for Hinckley plan insanity defense
Solidarity calls for new social order
No social security for prisoners
Imports at bargain prices spur big US trade deficit
Iraq admits Abadan move, playing down importance
Reagan plans all-out war on crime -- on a tight budget
Northwestern poet explores nature's realms; Landfall, by David Wagoner. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown & Co. $9.95.
Sikhs who seized jet tell India to release leader
Pentagon's new book of Soviet military might
Neighborhoods reap benefits of grass-roots barter groups
Diablo Canyon blockade: A-protest leaves both sides claiming victory
Betancourt: a key Latin democrat
Political extremes eat away at British 'genius for compromise'
Specialized sawmill deftly trims around the high cost of timber
Mitterrand works France's financial levers with gusto
Poetry that shines with gentle wisdom, beauty; Openings, by Wendell Berry. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $3.95 (paperback). A Part, by Wendel...
Israel and rabbi dig into deep dispute over Jerusalem archaelogical site
How classroom students 'turned totalitarian'
'Just who do they think they are?'
Peugeot, too, eyes diesel-car market in US
Hard-line Arab's oil 'weapon' swamped in . . . oil
Surrendering to a timeless joy; Poet/scientist William Anderson
Tehran executes 60 foes in revenge for gun battle
Smooth cruising at top; Pro football's '81 winner-loser image emerges
Autumn in Peking: a temple, a museum, a footrace
World stock markets burst out of 'blue Monday' blues
S. Africa convicts two whites of sabotage
AMA divests itself of tobacco stock