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Monitor Archive for August 12, 1983

The family as a unit is the Disney Channel's target
Spain's lost children of the civil war slowly return
Soviet A-powered sub sank at sea in June
The great race
Buzzati stories -- in English; Restless Nights: Selected Stories of Dino Buzzati, chosen and translated by Lawrence Venuti. Berkeley, Calif.: Northp...
Nigeria's election returns Shagari to power, bolsters fragile democracy
Monthly Poetry Highlight; Roland Flint; Resuming Green: Selected Poems, 1965-1982, by Roland Flint. New York: The Dial Press. 80 pp. $6.95 (paperbac...

Best of the new soft-covers; Loony Latin 'soap-opera'; Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, by Mario Vargas Llosa. Translated by Helen R. Lane. New York...
Union leader in Bell strike unexcited about mediator
Healing those stubborn traits
Sampling of new nonfiction; Fighting age discrimination; All the Justice I Could Afford, by Eugene B. Goodman. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich....
A milestone found
Sampling of new nonfiction; Lloyd, forgotten funnyman; Harold Lloyd: The Man on the Clock, by Tom Dardis. New York: The Viking Press. 231 pp. $19.95.
Jobless aid requests sink to 2 1/2-year low Countercoup attempt fails in Upper Volta
Best of the new soft-covers; The Invisible Bankers, by Andrew Tobias. New York: Pocket Books. 404 pp. $3.95 .
Buckie's chowder
For golf's Hal Sutton, PGA title an indication of things to come
Sampling of new nonfiction; Data on each of the fifty states; The Book of America, by Neal R. Peirce and Jerry Hagstrom. New York: W.W. Norton & Co....
Best of the new soft-covers; FBI case on King revisted; The FBI and Martin Luther King Jr., by David J. Garrow. New York: Penguin Books. 320 pp. $5....
Adelman's blitz on arms control
The hot summer of August 1923
For better or worser the SCRABBLERS are massing in Chicago

Best of the new soft-covers; Atomic doubletalk; Nukespeak, by Steven Hilgartner, Richard C. Bell, and Rory O'Connor. New York: Penguin Books. 282 pp...
The Craft case: a goad to better TV news
From Moscow: fiction, poems, and more; Metropol: Literary Almanac, edited by Vasily Aksyonov, Viktor Yerofeyev, Fazil Iskander, Andrei Bitov, and Ye...
Emerging poets with vision and imagination; Sad Days of Light, by Peter Balakian. New York: The Sheep Meadow Press (145 Central Park West, 10023). 8...
Best of the new soft-covers; Naylor's fluent, stark novel; The Women of Brewster Place, by Gloria Naylor. New York: Penguin Books. 192 pp.
SOLIDARNOSC THREE YEARS LATER; Polish hopes for normalcy do not include a relaxed rule
London's financial sanctum sniffs the breeze of change
Rescue plan for Everglades
Tibet awaits Dalai Lama as incense fills temples anew
West German central bank stands pat on dollar

Reagan begins campaign to attract Hispanic voters

The US as Europe's nuclear hostage

La Guardia: man of integrity, honesty, perseverence
Boston's 'dirty water' is not so dirty today
Eskimo sculpture from an icy world; Lords of the Stone, by Alistair Macduff. North Vancouver, British Columbia: Whitecap Books (Suite One, 431 Mount...
Pansies by the yardful reward a winter's care
Check use may decline before end of decade
Multiple listing service upheld in new legal test
US advisers in Chad: how many are there, what are they doing?
Libyans force Chadian retreat
CAB spotlights airline reservation services
Why the Saudis are disappointed
Victorian women explore the world; Victorian Lady Travellers, by Dorothy Middleton. Chicago: Academy Chicago. (425 North Michigan Ave., 60611). 182...
What's in a color?
Desert shale
Drop goes on in the ratio of males to females in US
Columnist: US A-missile came close to launching
Pushcart anthology of small-press favorites; The Pushcart Prize, VIII: Best of the Small Presses, edited by Bill Henderson with the Pushcart Prize e...
New recognition for small presses
As Reagan plays the China card, Moscow looks as if it wants to deal
America's farm problem
Question please, Mr. Gallup
Lebanon: the politics behind gunfire and kidnapping
Best of the new soft-covers; The spirit of the Gold Rush; The World Rushed In: The California Gold Rush Experience, by J.S. Holliday. New York: Touc...
Polls, pundits run politics as voters drop out
Sampling of new nonfiction; A pioneer of fact, not fiction; Westering Man, by Bil Gilbert. New York: Atheneum. 339 pp. $17.95.
Erasing the label 'retarded'; Tales from a Human Warehouse, by Marion Welsh. Brookline, Mass.: Branden Press Inc. 134 pp. $5.95.
Turkish generals keep tight grip on election preparations
Reviewer's choice: the five best magazines
Leaving his fingerprints
State legislators debate pros, cons of user fees as revenue source

Another triumph for space cooperation
Sampling of new nonfiction; Is pro-tennis corrupt?; Short Circuit, by Michael Mewshaw. New York: Atheneum. 306 pp. $13.95.
US will not prosecute former EPA officials