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Monitor Archive for February 9, 1981
An actress in the grand tradition -- who can laugh at herself
Some exciting reading -- maybe
The assignment: find out about Dungeons and Dragons
'Agree to disagree without being disagreeable'
A grand diversity of college majors
When the phone rings, a teacher should answer
Dragons, deities, demigods, evil spirits, and obsession
Harried bond buyers offered a guarantee on principal
Boston aid for spurring Scottish jobs
Higher gasoline taxes expected in 40 states
One high school's approach to reducing drug abuse
Waking to winter's riches
A stirring rendition
Sculpture takes on new meaning from a child's point of view
Museum-backed newspaper for kids stirs lively response
Home fire extinguishers
Differing with the gloom boom
An anniversary challenge to the nonaligned
New threats to trade
Mrs. Dwyer, 'guilty,' being freed
Chief of Cambodian 'outs' defers to anticommunist
Jordan accuses Syria of kidnapping diplomat
Iraq claims toll in battle near besieged Iranian city
Common Market and US conducting trade talks
Israel seizes 2,500 acres, a West Bank mayor says
Outlook eases for a blow at Mt. St. Helens volcano
Connecticut people say farewell to Mrs. Grasso
Watson raps tough talk on USSR
Is your face an open book?
Honor your contract, ex-pro advises football stars
Black advisory group will act as GOP conduit for minority concerns
GAO: complex weapon gadgetry is hampering US fighting forces
Why art went modern: a critical interpretation; The Shock of the New: The Hundred-Year History of Modern Art, by Robert Hughes. New York: Alfred A....
Reagan's tax battle: explaining a three-layer chess match
German 'economic miracle' cut in half by zero growth
Solar gets royal treatment in Texas, where oil is king
Castro signals Reagan: 'Let's at least talk'
Soviets try to get between US and its allies
Kabul: law-and-order breakdown
Garwood 'collaboration' verdict to be appealed?
Women's rights advocates shift aim: to economic goals
Budget battle heats up between Reagan, Congress
Oil prices, decontrol hoist cost of air travel
Ulster violence puts pressure on London, Dublin for peace
Poland's beleaguered leaders try to beat Soviet clock
Nonaligned meeting: diplomacy papering over the cracks of disunity
What do you do with 53 sacks of Idaho potatoes?
How 12 volunteers helped the hostage families endure crisis in Iran
OAS tries to cool off Ecuador-Peru strife
A lucid, eloquent case for Reagan-omics; Wealth and Poverty, by George Gilder. New York: Basic Books. $16.95.
The economy: cautious optimism; After Affluence, by John Oliver Wilson, New York: Harper & Row. $9.95
Economic primer -- clear, lively, witty; Money, by Lawrence S. Ritter and William L. Silber. New York: Basic Books. $12 .95.
Why retirement funds are shrinking; The Graying of America: Retirement and Why You Can't Afford It, by James Jorgensen. New York: The Dial Press. $1...
Defending the rights of the enemy; The Nazi/Skokie Conflict: A Civil Liberties Battle, by David Hamlin. Boston: Beacon Press. $12.95
Fervent indictment of McCarthy era; Naming Names, by Victor S. Navasky. New York: The Viking Press. $15.95.
How US policymakers in the '40s set the stage for Vietnam; Why Vietnam? Prelude to America's Albatross, by Archimedes L. A. Patti. Berkeley: Univers...
Jungles: an endangered species; Jungles, edited by Edward S. Ayensu. New York: Crown Publishers Inc. $35.
Nature's single-minded journey; The Mystery of Migration, edited by Dr. Robin Baker. New York: The Viking Press. $29.95.
An Autobiographical tour through Greene-land; Ways of Escape; by Graham Greene. New York: Simon & Schuster. $12.95.
Free to Choose: A Personal Statement, by Milton and Rose Friedman. New York: Avon Books. $2.95.
Laying Waste, by Michael H. Brown. New York: Washington Square Press/Pocket Books. $3.50.
The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court, by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong. New York: Avon Books. $3.50.
Murdoch: journey dazzling, destination uncertain; Nuns and Soldiers, by Iris Murdoch. New York: The Viking Press. $14.95.
Chronicle of an actor's life and times, triumphs and failures; Double Bill, by Alec McCowen. New York: Atheneum. $10.95.
Bad times are good times for business books
The prophets of gloom and doom; Crisis Investing: Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression, by Douglas R. Casey. New York: Stratford...
Helpful guides for the household; Everyone's Money Book, by Jane Bryant Quinn. New York: Dell Publishing. $8.95 (paperback).; Sylvia Porter's New Mo...
How to choose investment guides; Dun & Bradstreet's Guide to Your Investments, by C. Colburn Hardy. New York: Lippincott & Crowell. $14.95 in hardco...
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