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Monitor Archive for February 11, 1981
Art as a storyteller -- it's doing better than ever
Edith Piaf's tragic story arrives on Broadway after London triumph
Verbal assault on the language barrier; The Tongue-tied American: Confronting the Foreign Language Crisis, by Rep. Paul Simon. New York: Continuum....
Lie detector on trial -- can it be trusted?; A Tremor in the Blood, by David Thoreson Lykken. New York: McGraw-Hill.$14.95.
Lemony satire on Soviet life; The Radiant Future, by Alexander Zinoviev. Translated from the Russian by Gordon Clough. New York: Random House. $13.9...
Who knew about 'final solution'?; The Terrible Secret, by Walter Lacqueur. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $12.95.
Tackle inflation first, coach Friedman insists
A congressman looks again at the 'enterprise zone'
Post office faces a lot of static about electronic mial
No distances too vast
East meets West
One at a time
Amber Scriptum; (Script in Amber)
Coupon clippers cash in on a growing market
Salary gap narrows between men and women
Fund helps America take care of its own backyard
Poland promotes a general
The Burger gauntlet
The chief justice speaks out
No new Polish aid for now, US says
Jordan recalls ambassador as Syria dispute heats up
Iran walks out of session as Iraq offers cease-fire
US Joint Chiefs chairman picked to complete term
Auto worker goes on trial charged as ex-Nazi guard
Mexico rethinks Salvadoran policy
Soviets call for treaty to ban neutron bomb
Chrysler says it's all set to get $400 million bailout
Rivalries flare up afresh in Zimbabwe's new army
A Japanese envoy off to mend trade fences
Peking to market bonds to lick inflation, deficit
Iraq pushes offensive in Iranian hilltop area
To escape the political meat grinder
Right on, Reagan!
A European view; Can the United States save soccer?
London air: clean enough for lichen
Getting rid of the GYPSY MOTH
Dial-a-snow-report: for 50 cents you can get a ski conditions rundown
A tennis pro lists the weekend hacker's top goofs
Reagan budget team maps deep cuts at Energy
Army eyes SWAPO bases; S. Africa may widen Angola strikes
Moscow's message for Poland's new man: make dissidents toe the line . . . or we might
Those new 'steel collar' workers have American unions worried
Iran two years later -- a power struggle vital to the West
Black conservatives like 'Jay' Parker step into Reagan limelight
Early reaction to 'urban enterprise zone' bill: it has practical problems
Efforts stepped up to guard against more slayings of Atlanta children
Massachusetts abortion decision may be headed for US high court
W. Germany's trade deficit tumbles the mighty mark
Reagan budget cuts spare 'truly needy'
Europe casts itself in role of Middle East go-between
Poland taps a new prime minister, but old problems haven't gone away
Insurance cushion for municipal-bond funds: Is it needed?
Information sources on heating a home
Adobe gets new start as energy saver
Staging a comeback
A HUNT FOR ITS HERITAGE
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