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Monitor Archive for March 23, 1981
Long overdue credit to a great French tradition
Bread and Puppet Theater -- crusty and sincere -- tackles big themes
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Teachers: don't apply unless you love independence
Learn to spell by talking, hearing, feeling, and writing
An agenda for action
Job absenteeism running low
Executive transfers, living costs
Big bond calendar hints letup in stock rally
Wall Street Scene (2)
Wall Street Scene (1)
Britain: Can journalistic integrity survive big business?
Beach Camp at Emma Wood
Corals taken from a Florida beach
Replacing rudeness with respect: 'Children are people too'
Mixing generations adds new dimensions to child care
Reagan's 'waste and fraud week'
The answer to car imports
US says reduction of men in El Salvador no pullout
Iranian President raises hope for Gulf peace team
Spanish emergency called over killing of 2 colonels
Kuwaiti raps West 'glut', says OPEC will cut output
Salvador rightists accused of raiding Honduran sites
CBS has 'Kangaroo' hopping
Israeli says a Lebanon step threatens war of attrition
Chicago mayor, husband to taste tenement living
Connecticut Klan rally erupts in violence
Mongolian cosmonaut in soviet spaceflight
Youths arrested in Zurich after protest over center
How did children grow up before 'parenting'?
Still a role for the National Security Council
The President's 'Bob Strauss'
Land of the Rising Sun -- and rising baseball ability
They play war games in US contryside;
Europe gives Reagan a mixed 'report card'
Kremlin may offer policy 'gift' to lure W. Germans from US
Ups and downs of US gas prices: what's behind the volatile market
Day-by-day price changes of major oil firms
Why Soviets may be wary of deeper involvement in Nicaragua
Chrysler -- valiantly fighting for life -- may surprise skeptical experts
Internal feuding grips Polish leaders
Canadians frown at Reagan's smiles and promises
Zimbabwe hardens stand on S. Africa, criticizes US policy, asks more aid
US public, tilting right, sees Reagan 'playing our song'
Reagan foreign policy -- how many voices?
Female draft: thorny issue now moves into US Supreme Court
Swedish politics stirred up by 'Telub scandal'
US airport aid faces 'low ceiling' budget under Reagan recovery plan
East, West Germany trade spies; West plays 'waiting game'
Sea trade with the Soviet Union: Rotterdam's loss is Antwerp's gain
W. Germany pushes ahead with European union plan
Watch words for do-it-yourselfer: looks, cost, energy; Do a project right the first time
Whatchwords for do-it-yourselfer: looks, cost, energy; New ways to fund improvements
Watchwords for do-it-yourselfer: looks, cost, energy
A kitchen to listen in, live in, look at, and cook in
Repairing winter damage: inspection tour with notebook is first step
Small fix-up tasks can slash those big-ticket heating and energy costs
Restoration projects are not for the fastidious or faint-of-heart
Once shunned energy-saving devices now are economic
Homeowner wariness best defense
Sound advice on old houses to pour out of McCormick Place West
Sometimes better to add than rebuild
How to choose a builder for that home-remodeling job
Renovating an old house? A thousand companies want to help you
My Trip to Hawaii
A Police Dispatcher
My Trip to Hawaii
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