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Monitor Archive for February 11, 1983

Price war or orderly cuts - Saudi's view for OPEC
High tech: the government does have a role
The point man for US domestic policy
Rare press conference focuses on US-China ties
Merits of lettuce for home garden
Trading companies a la Japan? Few US banks plunge in
Cyprus elections will bring no radical shifts

In the lap of Lincoln
US revives Soviet containment policy, but is stymied on Israel
Slaves, Tolkien, Tuchman, art; Unfinished Tales, by J. R. R. Tolkien. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 472. pp. $8.25.
Slaves, Tolkien, Tuchman, art; Originals: Women in Art, by Eleanor Munro. New York: Touchstone Books/Simon & Schuster. 528 pp. $12.95.
Cigarette ad campaigns turn aggressive as sales sag
Boy Scouts: offering new and old ways to be prepared
The EPA and your drinking water
Have they lost a friend!
America flunks for the 'same reason' Russia does
Soviet envoy to wind up US duty
Nonprofit firm sells shares to finance housing project

In wake of Bush trip, Europe remains torn by nuclear debate
Soviet exile's memories, regrets; Memoirs, by Petro G. Grigorenko, translated from the Russian by Thomas P. Whitney. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 462...
A Lebanese official sees Israeli pullout accord near
El Salvador commander is given a desk job

New life of Ben Franklin; Benjamin Franklin: A Biography, by Ronald W. Clark. New York: Random House. 480 pp. $22.95.
Life of 'last great American'; Marshall: Hero for Our Times, by Leonard Mosley. New York: Hearst Books. 570 pp.
Historical novels amuse, teach
A Tudor ship lost -- and found; The Story of the Mary Rose, by Ernle Bradford. New York: W. W. Norton. 207 pp. $ 24.95.
The world according to America's top television executives
Snowflakes in summer
Whither the NBA at All-Star time?
Israelis questioning effect of censuring military leaders
Why so many Americans are watching 'The Winds of War'
Crime reporting to star on ABC news shows
One pivotal year for Napoleon; The Escape from Elba, by Norman MacKenzie. New York: Oxford University Press. 289 pp. $14.95.
Art appraisal a trickier art than ever
Swiss banks, feminism, John Dean, more; 5001 Nights at the Movies, by Pauline Kael. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 676 pp. $25.; Banned Films,...
Eyewitness views of Dunkirk; The Miracle of Dunkirk, by Walter Lord. New York: The Viking Press. 290 pp. $17. 95.
When children are fingerprinted
Church of England rejects unilateral A-disarmament
New volume in series brings Vietnam war back into the living room; The Vietnam Experience: America Takes Over, edited by Robert Manning et al. Bosto...
Vegetables and feline fiefdoms

The professor

Backroads America; Blue Highways, by William Least Heat Moon. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown & Co. 326 pp. $17.50.
Slaves, Tolkien, Tuchman, art; Practicing History: Selected Essays, by Barbara W. Tuchman. New York: Ballantine Books. 306 pp. $7.95.
Unemployment data give mixed signals

Slaves, Tolkien, Tuchman, art; Slavery and Freedom, by Willie Rose Lee, edited by William W. Freehling. New York: Oxford University Press. 254 pp. $...
Smokers vs. nonsmokers: battle over rights at work goes to court

'Quartermain's Terms': a bittersweet comedy from Long Wharf Theater
Legal profession gets revised code of ethics: but how ethical is it?

Noteworthy histories . . . briefly considered; The Muslim Discovery of Europe, by Bernard Lewis. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 350 pp. $19.95.
Landmark hotel hit by fire in Gettysburg
Understanding Libya's Qaddafi; Libyan Sandstorm, by John K. Cooley. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 348 pp.
AT&T puts long-distance fiber optics to work
Rescuing the debtors
Noteworthy histories . . . briefly considered;The World of the Italian Renaissance, by E. R. Chamberlin. Winchester, Mass.: Allen & Unwin Inc. (9 Wi...
India swings nonaligned to the middle for meeting
Made-for-Washington epic starring EPA and Congress
Swiss banks, feminism, John Dean, more; Thinking About the Next War, by Thomas Powers. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 158 pp. $10.95.

Virginia Slims tennis tournament - linking smoking and sports?
Swiss banks, feminism, John Dean, more; Lost Honor, by John W. Dean III. Los Angeles: Stratford Press. 370 pp. $15.95.
Noteworthy histories . . . briefly considered; Yankees at the Court, by Susan Mary Alsop. New York: Doubleday & Co. 319 pp. $17 .95.
Clark's resignation throws Canada into political upheaval
Myths of Southern women seen; The Plantation Mistress: Woman's World in the Old South, by Catherine Clinton. New York: Pantheon Books. 331 pp. $19.9...
Swiss banks, feminism, John Dean, more; Safety in Numbers, by Nicholas Faith. New York: The Viking Press. 368 pp. $15. 95.
Trade and unemployment; Global bread-and-butter issues

Kindly look at Czar's family; The Romanov Family Album, introductory text by Robert K. Massie. Picture research and descriptions by Marilyn Pfeifer...

Swiss banks, feminism, John Dean, more; Cross Sections from a Decade of Change, by Elizabeth Janeway. New York: William Morrow & Co. 320 pp. $14.95.
How archaeologists and developers can work together
United Nation's quiet progress on Afghanistan

Soviet press cracks down on theaters