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Monitor Archive for May 19, 1982
US borrows European solutions to urban problems
Railroad says: 'Take our volcano -- please'
Also of note in Texas. . .*
Space-age fuel cells face test as down-to-earth energy alternative
The Rosens: hard work, order, thrift
New push on Namibia
Syria's Hafez Assad goes out on a limb
Tradition and solar technology meet in colonial homes
US farm troubles: Congress talks, but help unlikely
Alcoa pushing hard to compete against aluminum imports
Phillies rebound after slow start
Multi-functional furnishings; Party groupings gain appeal
Russian poets sang, even to the end; Nightingale Fever: Russian Poets in Revolution, by Ronald Hingley. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 269 pp. $16.50.
European support erodes for British policy in Falklands
Persian Gulf common market hits protectionist shoals
Why Brezhnev is calling for early arms talks
Earth's rifts pour forth riches
Let US-USSR scientists go on talking
A top PLO official plans to accept Capitol Hill bid
Where France thinks the US goes wrong
Rev. Moon found guilty of income-tax evasion
From Walcott, startling imagery; The Fortunate Traveller, by Derek Walcott. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux Inc. 99 pp. $11.95.
Greek-Turkish relations sweeten; Papandreou moderates stance
William Carlos Williams: In praise of women
Egypt's Muslim extremists: how deep are their roots?
Brezhnev on the bandwagon
Business applauds, labor criticizes Reagan urban Enterprise Zone plan
Cheering city schools
Lacoste 'gator snapping up larger market in France?
Washington reaps what it sowed in Argentina
1981-82: poor season -- with glints of strong promise
Training in Argentina confirmed by El Salvador
South Korean loan arrests hit close to presidency
Argentine war cost: more than junta bargained for
How so many college freshmen flunk -- and what's being done about it
A US poet's struggle to survive; Poets in Their Youth, by Eileen Simpson. New York: Random House. 227 pp. $15. 50.
Picking a broker who's tuned in to your needs
US-Spain defense talks held up
A rusty 'Miss Liberty' may close for repairs
Of budgets that bloom in the spring -- one Democrat's plan
Cities, counties toughen laws to curb drunk drivers
South China flooding rips dams, kills more than 400
UN settlement prospects dim as Britain hardens its negotiating stance
Begin loses majority in Knesset
It is who you know!
NATO endorses Reagan plan for US-Soviet nuclear arms reduction
Santo Domingo: democracy gets lift
Babysitting: a step beyond on-the-job training
Better than Reagan's arms cuts
South African rand hits record low against dollar
US arms reduction plan: 'a good first step,' but