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Monitor Archive for July 9, 1982

Coke and Pepsi square off in 'diet-cola wars'
American library unit sees gain against censorship
Renovation gives old metropolitan districts a creative new dynamism
Warrantless searches: the high court's bad switch
'Come unto me'
Will Reagan flag down US rail strike?
Digging for traces of Colonial life; Martin's Hundred, by Ivor Noel Hume. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 253 pp. $18.95.
Report urges legal marijuana
Brezhnev warning to Reagan more bluster than ultimatum?
A covey of capitalist economists in socialist France
Church of England rejects accord with Methodists
Reasons behind US effort to help PLO leave Beirut
Vatican Bank president submits his resignation
Drive-in extraordinaire
Diamond records; cagers?
Paris-Washington honeymoon is over

Zimbabwe province quiet after a security sweep
Haitians and humanity

South African spinoff land spurs self-reliance
A high lama, back to visit, holds services in Tibet
Meaty fiction with a draft of sadness; Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, by Anne Tyler. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 303 pp. $13.50.
A bit of praise for the Postal Service
Adapting older homes for solar uses; How to Solarize Your House: A Practical Guide to Design and Construction for Solar Heating, by Thomas Scott Dea...
Afghan refugees: the Palestinians of Asia?
Kentucky senator plans to skip governor's race
Other All-Star angles
Britain waits on Argentina for a go-ahead on POWs
From bread van to Merkava: the birth of a war machine
Nuclear War 101: professors prompt dialogue on campus
Definitive biography of Wodehouse; P. G. Wodehouse: A Biography, by Frances Donaldson. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 369 pp. $18.50.

New books focus on a place in the sun; Sun Rhythm Form, by Ralph L. Knowles. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. 289 pp. $ 25. Solar Architecture: The...
Latin America: time for 'benign neglect'
Care for sweet tunes on an old muffler? Try the urban county fair
Why Hungarians think Andropov will succeed Brezhnev
Organic fertilizer product may put new life in lawns
Get ready now for winter gardening under glass; Home Solar Gardening - Solar Greenhouses for Your Backyard or Apartment, by John H. Pierce. New York...
Rock-ribbed rejoinder
Israel may winter troops in Lebanon, leader hints

If US firms can't compete

Answering the public's questions about the US mail
Barth's literary puzzle: several novels disguised as one; Sabbatical: A Romance, by John Barth. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 366 pp. $14 .95.
A fantasy for baseball lovers; Shoeless Joe, by W. P. Kinsella. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 265 pp. $11. 95.

Bucky Dent's case and other angles on baseball's All-Star game; obscure feats
Cable TV's goodwill ambassador for the animal world
Nicaragua's neighbors condemn its buildup
Archaeology in the Holy Land; Digging for God and Country: Exploration, Archaeology, and the Secret Struggle for the Holy Land, 1799-1917, by Neil A...
The military transport dogfight
The 'city of orchids' recovers from Cultural Revolution

Spanish writer snatches moments out of time; A Meditation, by Juan Benet. Translated by Gregory Rabassa. New York: Persea Books. 366 pp. $15.95.
Dissident's window on Soviet life; Notes of a Revolutionary, by Andrei Amalrik, translated by Guy Daniels. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 355 pp. $16.50.

Hunting for the ideal in window insulation
Gentleness from author of 'Jaws'; The Girl of the Sea of Cortez, by Peter Benchley. New York: Doubleday & Co. 236 pp. $13.95.

First Chinese encyclopedia to list 'notorious' characters
History as a riddle
Mr. Begin's decision to delay