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Monitor Archive for January 26, 1981
'The Bunker': a tiresome drama you can't blame on Hitler
Art school and the 'real world': strong link needed
At Museum of London 'Real' history lives
In search of students and funds for London School of Economics
From Hitler's Germany how not to teach
Just a little ping pong goes a long, long way
One foreign student's report from Beijing (Peking)
Attention Peccary Men and Women!; Look to your bones
'A place of hearing' deep in the heart of Africa
What happens when the Job Corps goes to college?
Rare challenge to Oxford's 1,000-member English faculty
At first, I thought it was only the degree that mattered
Now is the time for all US teachers to get untongue-tied
'Not enough for a real rootin' game,'
Businesswomen keep travel agents busy
Fancy figures trotted out to say, 'Hold the money'
R&D turns upward in US
Reagan luster tarnishes a bit on the stock market
Coal-fired floating power plants proposed off Japan
Iran may yet pay its IOUs -- at 100 cents on dollar
World of light and shadow
Up the Downslope
Oasis in bloom
Ways to spruce up walls with stenciling, fabrics, paper
Stained glass: medieval 'cartoons' can spur special projects for kids
The advantage of prayer
Reagan's first guest
Sentencing the 'gang of four' -- and inching toward the rule of law?
Don't bust the trustbusters
Israeli regime pushes West Bank settlements
A claim for yacht China seized
Federal hiring freeze backdated to Nov. 5
Islamic nations convene; Iran, others stay away
Nkomo guerrillas spark violence in rival area
Zurich police break up riot of young protesters
US Nicaraguan aid only 'on hold'
Iraqi officers claim key passes seized
Union leaders in Zambia urge miners back to work
Soviets launch spaceship to dock with craft in orbit
Are we becoming a nation of gamblers?
They weren't all that bad
Waltzing with Moscow: Republicans do it better
With Super Bowl settled, comes another showdown
Home at last: hostages told a tale of abuse -- and survival
Labour Party split jolts British political system
Verdict on Mao's wife 'too lenient'?
Reagan style smooths first days in officeReagan style smooths first days in office
Soviets using Afghan invasion as combat lab
West's dry winter is boon to Mt. St. Helens's neighbors
Warsaw -- no barricades, no marches, but rumbling under surface calm
Lifting of martial law in South Korea paves way for Fifth Republic
Soviets make hostage accord an early, stiff test for Reagan
New Abscam twist: probe of federal tactics
Regional primaries: answer to voter apathy in presidential elections?
Yugoslavia: coping, not splintering, after a year without Tito
European Community jumps back into Mideasts's geopolitical whirlpool
Former hostages at West Point: an All-American 'welcome home'
Sweden takes strong measures to curb rising alcohol and drug abuse
Tactics US colleges use to lure foreign students questioned
Reagan's move east opens up competition to fill the vacuum at head of California GOP
Dole: most powerful woman
S. Africa's delays on Namibia spark UN wrath
Israel faces possible Bedouin-Druze clash over murder of Arab sheikh
How you can help feed a hungry zoo
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