Please see our Site Map for a guide to site content.
Monitor Archive for April 8, 1983
Tips for organizers who need to shake the money tree; The Art of Winning Foundation Grants, by Howard Hillman and Karen Abarbanel. New York: Vanguar...
A sudden, humbled hush
Battle of the cable magazines, or how do you list 5,000 systems?
Compelling spring reading; A woman's search for identity From Housewife to Heretic, by Sonia Johnson. New York: Anchor/Doubleday. 408 pp. $8.95.
Providing a ramp for wheelchairs
Central American tug of war
Double-header for basall; The Official New York Yankees Hater's Handbook, by William B. Mead. New York: Perigee Books. 112 pp. $5.95 (paperback).
Did profit-taking sap US industry?; The Deindustrialization of America, by Barry Bluestone and Bennett Harrison. New York: Basic Books Inc. 323 pp....
Do statistics determine our experience?
Chicago readies for controversial mayoral election
Jordan is important
Federal grand jury indicts US Rep. Hansen of Idaho
Everything to know on cycling; The Complete Book of Long-Distance and Competitive Cycling, by Tom Doughty, Ed Pavelka, and Barbara George. New York:...
JOSEP LLUIS SERT
Also of note . . .
Compelling spring reading; A chilling story of survival The Mosquito Coast, by Paul Theroux. New York: Avon Books. 416 pp. $3.95.
College grads of '83 find job offers scarce
Saving $60 billion
New insights on Adamses; Descent from Glory - Four Generations of the John Adams Family, by Paul C. Nagel. New York: Oxford University Press. 400 pp...
English 101 was never like this; ENGLISH 101, INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE DR. IRONY TWEEDJACKET SECTION 3 FINAL EXAMINATION
Message from Pittsburgh
For special doorbell plates, check with a sheet-metal firm
A Masters of suspense, or who will wear golf's famed green jacket?
US says arms talks gains are up to the Soviets
Ridding a fanlight of maker's markings
Compelling spring reading; Hope for the third world Villages, by Richard Critchfield. Garden City, New York: Anchor/Doubleday. 388 pp. $10.95.
In-flight troubleshooting on Challenger
Kampuchea's Son Sann: courage but few weapons
The mysterious Mr. Hitchcock; The Dark Side of Genius: The Life of Alfred Hitchcock, by Donald Spoto. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 394 pp. $20.
No easy solution for crumbling brick
Canadian mines glimpse recovery
Dioxin mystery arouses Europe
Compelling spring reading; Jenkinses head west again The Walk West: A Walk Across America 2, by Peter and Barbara Jenkins. New York: Fawcett Crest/B...
Prop. 13 strikes again in California
They came, shot, and printed; A Day in the Life of Australia, edited by Rick Smolan and Andy Park. New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc. 288 pp. $40.
King Hussein puts the 'squeeze' on Arafat as PLO talks continue
China's impatience with US on asylum for tennis star
Another awkward case of a Chinese asylum-seeker
States try to fill gaps left by federal legal-aid cutbacks
East-bloc tours to China pick up
Didion's troubling trip; Closer to the truth of El Salvador; Salvador, by Joan Didion. New York: Simon & Schuster. 108 pp. $12.95.
Bishop's complete work; Elizabeth Bishop: The Complete Poems 1927-1979. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 287 pp. $17.50.
The cows' lament
Truman's place in history; Harry S. Truman and the Modern American Presidency, by Robert H. Ferrell. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 220 pp. $13.50.
The B-52s: short on space, long on thunder
Watt changes his tune on 4th of July program
Van der Post's autobiography
Auto industry disappointed with slow sales acceleration
Compelling spring reading; First span over East River The Great Bridge: The Epic Story of the Building of Brooklyn Bridge, by David McCullough. New...
When employees become owners
Backers of 'simple tax' hope to trigger a nationwide trend
Isaiah Berlin -- a thinker we should know;
A Kissinger PLO contact called a possible nettle
Immigration reform back on the agenda
Charlatans in the laboratory; Betrayers of the Truth: Fraud and Deceit in the Halls of Science, by William Broad and Nicholas Wade. New York: Simon...
Communists threaten French austerity plan
Dallas arts district going up amid forest of office towers
Central American tug of war
Horowitz, baseball, biking . . .; Life of a 1920s fan club idol Horowitz, by Glenn Plaskin. New York: William Morrow & Co. 607 pp. $19.95.
Grateful Ivory Coast turns President's home town into majestic capital
NATO marches over the demonstrators
The charisma of calefaction
Hanoi's push against Khmer rebels
A Germans'-eye-view of life in 19th-century America
How to cut condensation on glass of sliding doors
An orchard that you can grow in a small yard
Compelling spring reading; Spy hero's new escapades Marco Polo, If You Can, by William F. Buckley. New York: Avon. 262 pp. $3.50.