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Monitor Archive for September 10, 1982
The US role in a lasting Mideast peace; A case for placing strings on future American aid to Israel; The United States in the Middle East: Interests...
US balks, but IDA fund for poor nations survives
Photo tour of Wright's architecture; Frank Lloyd Wright, by Thomas A. Heinz. New York: St. Martin's Press. 96 pp.
US takes a different stance on world debt payments
British ignore US policy, send turbines to USSR
Soaring US Volvo sales capitalize on company's sleek cars, new image
A picnic, dance, and nuclear war evacuation
US foreign policy takes shape in 3 vital areas
US Open winding up minus Navratilova, Austin
'Doonesbury' cartoonist plans a long vacation
Square-foot gardens and smaller seed packages produce bountiful harvests
Israel strikes; Arabs confer
What's read in the corridors of power
Police trick breaks siege at Polish Embassy in Bern
A dancer's grand leap to freedom; Baryshnikov: From Russia to the West, by Gennady Smakov. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Inc. 244 pp. $9.95.
Early Milosz novel of deception and self-deception; The Seizure of Power, by Czeslaw Milosz. Translated by Celina Wieniewska. New York: Farrar, Stra...
How small businesses cope
A socialist mayor in Yankee Vermont
First Reagan try to end abortion filibuster fails
Indians take uneasy look at themselves
A coalition by Christmas?; Dutch election: neither side wins
If the Scouts ruled America ...; The Boy Scout Handbook and Other Observations, by Paul Fussell. New York: Oxford University Press. 284 pp. $15.95.
Sparkling collections and anthologies; Food writer's exquisite essays; As They Were, by M. F. K. Fisher. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 261 pp. $13.95.
Darwin's credible and incredible critics; New biology vs. fundamentalism; Abusing Science: The Case Against Creationism, by Philip Kitcher. Cambridg...
Kipling for old and new audience; The Portable Kipling, edited and with an introduction by Irving Howe. New York: The Viking Press. 687 pp. $6.95.
Jerry Brown's toughest opponent -- himself?
Writings of a gifted eccentric; Me Again: Uncollected Writings of Stevie Smith. New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux Inc. 360 pp. $15.95.
Nin, master of artifice, effect; The Early Diary of Anais Nin, Volume 2, 1920-1923. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 541 pp. $19.95.
A resource catalog for parents; The Whole Child: A Sourcebook, by Stevanne Auerbach. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan/Perigee Books. 320 pp. $8....
A provocative voice - replayed; The Village Voice Anthology (1956-1980), edited by Geoffrey Stokes. New York: William Morrow & Co. 331 pp. $15.50 in...
Miami's palms or Chicago's bracing breezes? A duel for '92 World's Fair
Lebanese President-elect will clamp down on press
US officials will appeal seat-belt, air-bag ruling
Clean water: will it be just a memory?; Water: The Nature, Uses, and Future of Our Most Precious and Abused Resource, by Fred Powledge. New York: Fa...
First steps toward nuclear arms control; Ex-CIA official explodes myths of 'superiority' and 'limited war'; Russian Roulette: The Superpower Game, b...
The apocalypse according to Malamud; God's Grace, by Bernard Malamud. New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux Inc. 223 pp. $13.50.
The outlook in Detroit; US auto industry scrambles to regain competitive edge
US foreign policy takes shape in 3 vital areas
The empty chair in Jakarta
Canetti: molded by Europe in the '20s; The Torch in My Ear, by Elias Canetti. Translated from the German by Joachim Neugroschel. New York: Farrar, S...
Academia's ethical and moral challenge; Beyond the Ivory Tower: Social Responsibilities of the Modern University, by Derek Bok. Cambridge, Mass.: Ha...
West German chancellor challenges opponents
Regan speech in Kansas focuses on social issues
French troops eclipsed US Marines in Lebanon
Picking an envoy
Florida tightens laws on chemical waste disposal
Separation of church and state: learning from Jefferson
Cliff Robertson talks about Hollywood business ethics
Letters from a liberated frontier woman; Letters of a Woman Homesteader, by Elinor Pruitt Stewart. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 282 pp. $5.95.
New charges of chemical warfare in Afghanistan
Pipeline fallout: outrage in Canada, too
What's all that hootin' and groovin' in Moscow?
Yves Montand takes on the Met -- and conquers
Washington's football Huskies can sniff another big season ahead
Ex-liberal calls for grass-roots action; Nothing Can Be Done, Everything is Possible, by Byron Kennard. Andover, Mass.: Brick House Publishing Compa...
Webster on the FBI's fight against the mob
Stockman's lesson: changing Washington takes more than scissors; Government: Is it less than meets the eye?; The Education of David Stockman and Oth...
A greening of San Francisco
Window shopping -- the colorful way
The next megabuck films: from 'Jedi' to 'Amadeus'
Filling crack in a wood door is easier with a putty stick
President vs. drunk drivers
Uproarious entertainment from Latin America; Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, by Mario Vargas Llosa. Translated by Helen R. Lane. New York: Farrar,...
Energy, renewal and security; Global Insecurity: A Strategy for Energy and Economic Renewal, edited by Daniel Yergin and Martin Hillenbrand. Boston:...
Quebec language law ruled unconstitutional
Why France will eat 'le hamburger,' but can't swallow 'le data'
Urgent need: new policy on elderly; America's Old Age Crisis: Public Policy and the Two Worlds of Aging, by Stephen Crystal. New York: Basic Books I...
Practical considerations determine whether to pour concrete overlay