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Monitor Archive for July 7, 1982
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Droll matchmaking from Pym; An Unsuitable Attachment, by Barbara Pym. New York: E. P. Dutton. 256 pp. $12...
Court denies von Bulow on excessive-bail plea
Warsaw's plan for a subway leaves many out in cold
Commercialism may be the way to save African wildlife
Lebanese crisis: Diplomats closer to quieting the guns?
SQUAW WOOD; CUT THE COST OF WINTER HEAT BY PICKING UP SCRAP THIS SUMMER AND SAVING NEWSPAPERS TO ROLL YOUR OWN LOGS
New tactics, new priorities for NAACP
Japan's Kabuki: in an electronic age, a vivid reminder of tradition
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Garfield discovers art history; Metropolitan Cats, text by John P. O'Neill, design by Alvin Grossman. New...
Political battle begins for British center
Church group says Israel detains Lebanese civilians
The tone(s) of my youth
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Wakefield's likable '40s novel; Under the Apple Tree, by Dan Wakefield. New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour...
Business group in France protests economic freeze
The cocaine threat
Impact of court's child pornography ruling assessed
Briefing for a mission
Draft A-plant study cites flaws, Nader group says
Bechtel Group: training ground for Reagan Cabinet?
US Marines in Lebanon: a solution?
State Department to be run by Stoessel in interim
OECD sees slow recovery and severe unemployment
A hefty week of Bach in Madeira
Why those Iranians in Lebanon
Kids & computers: a natural revolution
Tennis's Potter upwardly mobile
Study asks for US accord with Peking on arms sales
Argentina heads back to easy credit -- and black market
The traditional armoire finds a modern niche
White S. African miners get more pay; blacks riot
FTC chief pushes more curbs on agency authority
Radios keep Afghan rebels tuned in to outside world
Bright glows that accompany earthquakes may be electric
Businessmen unite in summer job program that works
Your tax-cut gain may be small, but it can still be invested
Plugging into the sun for electricity
How not to close a tax loophole
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; The agony and ectasy of crewing; The Shell Game, by Stephen Kiesling. New York: William Morrow & Co. 200 p...
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Thirty years at the Atlantic; Writers and Friends, by Edward Weeks. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown & Co. 3...
Hawks are overshadowing diplomats in besieged Beirut
Is the diamond mystique about to crumble?; The Rise and Fall of Diamonds, by Edward Jay Epstein. New York: Simon & Schuster. 285 pp. $14.50.
Artist-pioneers discover old Atlanta
New Polish budget seeks help for the crisis-ridden
Soviets stingy -- but unpredictable -- about letting their people go
World debt: How well can banks carry it?
Rugs yet to be cut
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Life and times of Conde Nast; The Man Who Was Vogue: The Life and Times of Conde Nast, by Caroline Seebohm...
Dominican Republic's fragile democracy survives leader's death
One of the greatest refugee tragedies
Racial unrest in South Africa -- a fallout from weak economy
Milwaukee maulers flex muscles; drug talk
Israeli war dissent mounting, but . . .
Four sentenced to death for failed Seychelles coup
DETROIT; THE UNDERDOG; WHY AREN'T MORE PEOPLE BUYING US-BUILT AUTOMOBILES? HERE'S WHAT SOME OF OUR READERS HAVE TO SAY
New fiction and nonfiction briefly noted; Tripping on a tramp steamer; Steaming Towards Bamboola, by Christopher Buckley. New York: Congdon & Lattes...
Steel talks may follow GE model
Middle age and new beginnings
!Saludos! Senor Presidente