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Monitor Archive for February 1, 1982

UN asks children to send trees to Africa
De Lorean adjusts to realities of recession
A Cat Named Bruce
Polish police stamp out demonstration in Gdansk
Another marvel
In Ho Chi Minh City; A reporter finds Americans aren't so ugly after all
Broadway's welcome musical break; The Curse of an Aching Heart Comedy by William Alfred. Starring Faye Dunaway. Directed by Gerald Gutierrez.
The one to one arena
Broadway's welcome musical break; Little Me Musical comedy by Neil Simon (book), Cy Coleman (music), and Carolyn Leigh (lyrics). Based on the novel...
Third-world technicians study alternative energy sources
Catch the Quiet
PTA's plan: teaching children to watch TV with a more critical eye
'Egypt' on PBS: the long view
Instant forgiveness
Reagan administration, Federal Reserve on economic collision course
Refloating the Law of the Sea treaty
Bani-Sadr confirms that CIA tried to recruit him
Hotel on the hill
The Pirana
Reagan readies for added role - activist diplomat
Mubarak puts fresh imprint on familiar Sadat policies
The looming battle over US deficit
Reagan push for nuclear arms, civil defense stirs debate
Italy saves the general
Survey shows youngsters increasingly money-wise
So-so turnout for Poland protests
Texas GOP hopes ride on economy
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac raise housing industry hopes
US embassy sends Soviet Pentacostalist to hospital
Plays without villains or violence captivate small listeners
The trees are coming!
'On' and 'off' time slots with children help organize the day
The selling of a posture
Abstract Art
Lafleur and Canadiens are skating again
Cracks in Reagan's South
UAW will try again with Ford
Sino-Soviet chill persists with no spring thaw in sight; But Peking lacks clear party line on 'evaluating' Soviets
Race riots break out once more in England
What kind of life for Polish intellectuals after martial law?
New help for the third world's press
Peanut butter An upside-down beginning
Namibian independence: over the rainbow yet always just out of reach
Red Brigades take a major blow -- but not decisive
Italian Communists and Kremlin: poles apart but no split