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Monitor Archive for January 5, 1981
The challenge of Mahler: A conductor needs insight and maturity
Startling, lively glimpses of the past through old photos
Replace graded classrooms with 'family' groupings
And who dares to say that math isn't a lot of fun?
'This is the best thing that has happened at our school'
'Once more into the breach,' etymologically that is, with 'hed' and 'caput'
Schools and the melting pot
Canada: hemisphere trade
Midwest boosts research spending
Perhaps a bit more wisdom buoys investors' resolves
Rising price index cut manager pay
Are Canadian corporations good 'Canadians'?
Holiday fun for children -- Moscow style
In the face of change
Six descriptions in search of an essay
Designer tells how to avoid camping out in a first home
Children can strengthen writing skills by keeping a journal, reading
Who are these children?
Congress and the GOP: 'We have to produce'
Confirming the Reagan team
Portugal leaders said to form new government
2 surveys, same subject, win Proxmire 'award'
For the record (4)
For the record (3)
For the record (1)
For the record (2)
El Salvador, Guatemala called rights violators
Red Cross asked to recover bodies
Effort to reach Arab accord called failure
Gulf oil countries expected to raise prices
Zimbabwe to tighten newspaper control
Warsaw reforms defended
The aim of not going broke
After Zimbabwe -- a conference on Namibia
Who would want Jody's job?
Georgia Bulldogs survey domain from football pinnacle
Three options seen for US, Iran on hostage release
Reagan to inherit record defense tab
Tibet -- Is Chinese rule softening after 30 years?
Are foreign workers 'scapegoats' for French?
Kremlin steps up its 4-year assault on Baltic dissidents
'Forests' of oil rigs may reappear as US tries to hike domestic output
Test for Massachusetts lawmakers: how to halt high-level corruption
Deng plan to woo Taipei gets a boost from key member of Taiwan lobby
Viet attack a taunt at Reagan?
Edwards: the Southern element
What's ahead for AFL-CIO and Lane Kirkland after 'honeymoon' year
Invasion of Poland likely, says US Rep. Les Aspin
One nation indivisible; THE SPLINTERING OF AMERICA
A forest hymn
For all our Eblas buried in the sands
How a new president officially takes office
Lik and Lak
Greetings to a New Baby
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