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Monitor Archive for January 7, 1981
TV's 'Shock of the New': like a plane trip over the 'jungle' of modern art
Ordeal by audition: young performers face the rock recording world
Animal rights: some progress, but not enough; Animals' Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress, by Henry S. Salt. Clarks Summit, Pa.: Soci...
From Lessing, a fantasy novel long on message, short on excitement; The Sirian Experiments, by Doris Lessing. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $10.95.
Victor Borge -- better onstage than in print; My Favorite Comedies in Music, by Victor Borge and Robert Sherman. New York: Franklin Watts. $8.95.
Retracing the tortuous path of Chrysler; Bailout, by Reginald Stuart. South Bend, Ind: and books. $5.95.
How Japanese small businesses help the poor
Reagan and welfare reform: a call for wisdom
Taking vacations 'right around the corner'
Two worlds in one?
A hard look
Tunnel of more than words
The Monitor's View: Quote
How to choose a temporary service
'Temporaries' find short-term jobs offer experience, variety
"I yam what I yam!"
You did help Cambodia
Reagan on the Rio Grande
Enforcement not entrapment
Khomeini gives backing to Algerian hostage role
Chemical bank lowers prime rate to 19 1/2%
Part of US energy agency recommended for saving
New gains againts Iraq claimed by Iranian forces
Philippines reported ready to lift martial law Jan. 17
Louisiana judge conducts girls to all-white school
A black elected president of Boston's school board
Harold C. Urey, an A-pioneer
Junta blames 'extreme right'
For the Record (3)
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For the Record (1)
For the Record (5)
For the Record (4)
If the State Department is to prevail
Can Reagan turn the tanker?
For effective confirmation hearings
A general at State
Enriching uranium for nuclear fuel: Europe cuts into US monopoly
Bugs with built-in antifreeze love the cold, say biologists
San Diego coach Coryell takes aerial route in bowl bid
Some advice on introducing youngsters to fun on skis
Front-wheel drive in cars: accelerating
Datsun builds top-of-the-line 810s for US buyers
Capitol Hill scans new Cabinet faces
Price-gouge charges mount along with heating oil costs
Zimbabwe newspaper takeover casts shadow
Relations better for Greeks, Turks but tests to come
US, Mexico: hope for a new era
Mississippi traffic fights low water as work on huge new lock begins
Little change seen in wake of West Bank mayor's return
Italian government reverts to hard-line tactics against Red Brigades
Massachusetts ready for war on corruption, but can't agree on general
Widespread poverty in Tibet shatters the vision of a Shangri-La
Angry Polish workers hit party leadership with the 64,000-zloty question
Blacks seek access to, assurances from Reagan
Sparks fly as Britain's Iron Lady recasts her Conservative Cabinet
Reagan's new press secretary: Will he be voice of too many masters?
Smith: strongest ties to Reagan
Australia's 'last' amnesty for illegal aliens gets mixed results
One Nation indivisible; FOR MINORITIES: FINDING THE WAY UP
Ginnie Mae certificates available for more-modest investors, too
Accounts insured separately
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