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Monitor Archive for January 15, 1982
New squash a prizewinner
No Tijuana-taxi gas bargains
Mao by Ross Terrill. New York: Harper Colophon Books. 481 pp. $6.95.
Small Town America: A Narrative History, 1620-The Present, by Richard Lingeman. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 547 pp. $8.95.
The miraculous word
A fresh look at distinguished Victorians
Reagan makes two-front drive toward natural gas deregulation
Would the US help its allies in the event of another oil embargo?
The War Within and Without: Diaries and Letters 1939-41, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. New York: Berkley Books. 418 pp. $3.50.
American had no trouble aiding Poles
North American cooperation: where does US fit in?
Trinidad in '30s, with beauty, power; Crown Jewel, by Ralph De Boissiere. London: Allison & Busby (distributed in America by Schocken Books, New Yor...
Ford acceptance indicated on pay-cut, price-cut plan
Is farmland nonrenewable? Farmland or Wasteland, A Time to Choose: Overcoming the Threat to America's Farm and Food Future, by R. Neil Sampson. Emma...
US auto moguls: learning to build cars all over again
Patty Hearst: candor without apologies; Every Secret Thing, by Patricia Campbell Hearst. New York: Doubleday & Co. 508 pp. $17.95.
Needed: an atmosphere for Middle East peace
Reagan in '82: recognizing the limits of US power
Renewed push to cope with hazards of winter navigation . . . and DC's National Airport
English childhood recalled with wit; Scenes of Childhood, by Sylvia Townsend Warner. New York: The Viking Press. 177 pp. $10.95.
Dry garden? Exacum thrives
Cold light through amber glass
China: little home planning
Superfrost no place for Super Bowl playoffs
77 million given Harvard may set education record
Pakistan arrests 480 in militant movement
Computer communication and freedom; Electronic Nightmare: The New Communications and Freedom, by John Wicklein. New York: The Viking Press. 282 pp....
Renewed push to cope with hazards of winter navigation. . . . and DC's National Airport
Ensuring air safety
Why Polish regime may be ready to lift martial law
A fresh look at distinguished Victorians
Putting an end to violence
Building wheelchair ramp for a church auditorium
Herbs from a kitchen garden help good cooks 'dress up' bland foods
The USSR: 'too much ideology and not enough production'
In r-o-l-l-i-n-g unveiling, Chevy completes '82 line
Execs lower economic forecasts
The seat of justice
Why France and Germany disagreed over Poland
Stay skeptical about paint additives
Panhandle Cowboy, by John R. Erickson. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press. 213 pp. $4.95.
Nuclear strategy: the definitive study; The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy, by Lawrence Freedman. London: Macmillan. New York: St. Martin's Press. 47...
Oilmen: deregulation will spur energy diversity
Poland and East Europe's energy problem
Sudan, Chad leaders bury feud to shore up their positions at home
Nobel winner's wintery novel is new tale of two cities; The Dean's December, by Saul Bellow. New York: Harper & Row. 379 pp. $13.95.
This winter an extreme one, but still within range of what can be expected
Contemporary poets test new dimensions; A Coast of Trees, by A. R. Ammons. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. 52 pp. $4.95 (paperback).
Warsaw phone booth hit by bomb blast
US asks court to block ruling on ERA extension
A new Schmidt jab on Poland
Soviet wooing of Syria could hit some unwelcome snags
Cargo blimps planned as Brazil looks for new twists in transportation
Another Churchill calls for a stronger US; Defending the West, by Winston Churchill II. Westport, Conn.: Arlington House. 256 pp. $14.95.
Novelist Mann: his subject was himself; Thomas Mann: The Making of an Artist 1875-1911, by Richard Winston, with an Afterword by Clara Winston. New...
Walter Lippmann and the American Century, by Ronald Steel.New York: Vintage Books. 669 pp. $7.95.
What happens to Salvadoran refugees?
Italian Communist Party says: 'We had nothing to do with Poland'
UN Golan resolution in trouble
Haig's 'shuttle diplomacy' going nowhere?
Italian terrorists planned wave of raids, police say
How Madison Avenue is changing elections; The New King-Makers, by David Chagall. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 419 pp. $14.95.
Moscow leaves door open for invasion
Gold sags to two-year low
Jack Sprat would like that -- less fat in 'choice' beef
Reagan backs statehood for Puerto Ricans; do they?
North American cooperation: where does US fit in? Canada, Mexico such good neighbors 'all they need is a common border'