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Monitor Archive for September 9, 1981
Australia orders inquiry on scam in beef exports
India's lost woodlands
ALSO OF NOTE IN W. GERMANY
Frost belt sees its federal funds sink slowly in West; Northern states say Sunbelt corralling benefits from their taxes
To be testified to
Bolivian names Cabinet, pledges new democracy
Soviets rap South Africa on foreign-troop reports
Prohibit bribery -- not exports
South Africa's integrated church schools chop a hole in apartheid
The world of art -- and what makes it run
New look at intelligence in animals; The Question of Animal Awareness: Evolutionary Continuity of Experience, by Donald R. Griffin. New York: The Ro...
COOKING with the sun
What about the world's back burner?
The AWACS crossroad; Reagan and Begin spar over crucial Saudi alliance
Guatemala cuts British tie over Belize independence
Soviet warships fail to frighten the Poles
IRA hunger strike: is it losing steam?
Japan seaweed harvesting gets Soviet approval
Cromwell, Napoleon, and the Iranians
Work past 65 seen good for workers, economy
Borodin helped Stalin win China; Borodin: Stalin's Man in China, by Dan N. Jacobs. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. $25.
Chapter 2 of East-West German detente tale unfolds
Meholo Tom Rikhoto takes on S. African race law
Fall elections will answer a broad range of questions
GOP split on economic policy
Soviet-US team embarking on study of Antarctic sea
US-Canada relations snag on pollution, energy policies
Japanese premier pleased with budget moderation
British union's vote -- not a coup
W. German officials doubt KGB role in papal attack
Sewing patterns offer variety for larger women
Pakistan will defend itself on Afghan line, Zia warns
Easing US spy rules -- with caution
Teachers grap picket signs to try to salvage contracts
As US Open gets rolling, some top talent stumbles
Stay 'on plane'
PEASANTS WITHOUT LAND: FUSE FOR REVOLUTION?
Nuclear-power advocates see a real need for new plants by 1990s
Radiation -- the public should beware of scare tactics
Parabale of the peanut butter sandwich
Bani-Sadr talks of deal to end round of killings
Cairo after roundup: gloom, arrest lists, riot police
Warning! This bottle's contents
Pan Am cutting fares on domestic flights
The British keep up brisk pace in US business takeovers
What the schools need now
Winners, losers at Washington's aid window
Roy Wilkins, rights leader