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Monitor Archive for February 18, 1981
Jazz vocalist Anita O'Day: on the scene and growing
Impish defense of Christianity; The End of Christendom, by Malcolm Muggeridge. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. $2.50 (paperback).
An African leader's sensitive message to the West; The Riddle of Violence, by Kenneth Kaunda. San Francisco: Harper & Row. $8.95
A painter we ought to know; Richard Parkes Bonington, by Carlos Peacock. New York: Taplinger Publishing Company. $25.
Tripping through dance history with de Mille; America Dances, by Agnes de Mille. New York: Macmillan Publishing Compan. $24. 95.
Where the buck stopped; Off the Record: The Private Papers of Harry S. Truman, edited by Robert H. Ferrell. New York: Harper & Row. $15.
Financing of oil reserve debated
Volume of stocks traded over the counter expected to beat Big Board in '84
Saudis erecting key industrial city in 'dunedocks'
Female pilots land more jobs in US than in Europe
The sculptor speaks
1981: 'the year of the leg'
The perfect work of patience
How the PLO might help
The Monitor's View: Quote
Pulling together in Poland
US. to honor Iranian deal on hostages, Percy says
South Wales coal miners walk out over closure plan
Congressional favor given for more Salvadoran aid
Iran rules out mediation, insisting on Iraqi pullout
'Elephant Man' and 'Bull' lead Oscar nominations
Children's fund attacks US cuts
US sizes up potential gain if A-ships could use Suez
US attacks UNESCO plan for registering journalists
Americans reported freed after being held in Yemen
African leaders condemn South Africa over raids
Reagan withdraws request for top-level US raises
How towns bail out the auto industry
Hurrah for patriotism
Thoughts on a Muslim bomb
Mermen and other optical trickery
March Sky Chart; Northern Hemisphere Gazer's guide
Billie Jean looks back at women pros' lean years
Who said there is no cheap, energy-wise draperies?
Can US space program lift off with shuttle?
New mood in Poland as people welcome 'strong' government
Shortages of eggs, milk, and butter persist as Iran still feels sanctions
US Air Force Reserve -- it's ready, able
How Reagan's six-unit Cabinet works on issues
Banners, yawns, for Soviet party congress
Soviets, E. Germans try to soften up W. Germany
What Murdoch's rescue of 'Thunderer' means to Britain
Beyond Reagan's big speech: a political chain-reaction
N.J. officials worry crime entering casinos by 'back door'
States wary of taking over federal programs
Syria, Jordan rift casts ominous shadows in Mideast
Israeli court decision on power company causes West Bank sparks
Australian court OKs aid to chuch-run schools
West Germany backs off from tough antiterrorists laws
'Big labor' backs Reagan budget effort -- up to a point
LONE STAR ON THE RISE
Wrinkles to consider in setting up an individual retirement account
Price variations in bond fund
Viewpoints from the sciences; Delegates of 43 nations assess potential of renewable energy sources
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