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Monitor Archive for November 20, 1981
Teacher of the 'unteachable' - Cicely Tyson's stirring new role
'Urban spaces' exhibition
The moon is full
When milk gets out of hand
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (1)
Inside Report (2)
Inside Report (6)
Inside Report (5)
Inside Report (4)
Mrs. Whitmire at Houston's helm
A house for everyone
The Monitor's View: Quote
Schedule announced for Bible Exhibit
Soviets rap Reagan missile 'ploy'
One killed in Indian state in strike over immigration
Crime code, in revision, wins new Senate back
Pitch for worker sacrifice at GM draws union scowl
Realtors get cheerful note on trend of interest rates
Goodbye, Pompeii tours, hello, Mt. St. Helens
US jets for Pakistan win another round on the Hill
Senate GOP OKs cuts to avert spending veto
'Great big tom - bom - bumble bee!'
DOE does have a role
Rescuing the alliance
Lower home-mortgage rates open the market, but there are offsets
Trimmimg the wicks of kerosene lamps
Slab floor may be culprit in dealing with mildew
Insulation outside concrete blocks?
Big 10's losingest team hopes to shape up
VW trotting out new models - and new management; Quantum, going in for Dasher, seeks sales leap
'Slippery' cars of '80s mean more miles to the tank
VW trotting out new models -- and new management; Troubled firm gets chief who made US waves
BACKYARD INVENTORS; The future: 'whole new worlds'
L.A. 's Tom Bradley; A Nice Guy Who May Finish First
Parents Anonymous; Breaking the cycle of child abuse
Banks and 'Thrifts' want to compete on their terms
Big Steel woos Big Oil during Marathon bidding
State taxes make a giant rebound.
Shuttles get limelight, Venus probes just get data
Europe's changed face after Reagan nuclear policy talk.
Troubles in Nicaragua - US officials fret over arms buildup, totalitarianism
Sizing up Senate races for '82.
President's arms speech: conservative credentials help Reagan break ground
The Atlantic and Stockman: depth, not slam-bang coverage
Air Force is a step closer to getting B-1
EPA chief charts austere course
Supply-side Laffer embarrasses Washington State GOP
US-China ties good - as long as Taiwan arms sales remain shelved
Six Arab Gulf states take first steps toward economic community
Company execs rev up in Jaguars
Housing industry sees an upturn
Fed stands firm against 'unlocking economy' with easier-money keys
Glorify God's qualities
P. G. (Plum) Wodehouse: 'original good humor man'
Letter from Israel: land of Moses and MacDavid cheeseburgers
One rancher's 'coal' war: Wally McRae didn't win it all, but he may have won enough
Poles get uncensored view of their history
Help for inventors
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