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Monitor Archive for March 9, 1981
Where did all the dinosaurs go? PBS takes a look
The World of Dance: out of the loft and into the museum
Using community people to help teachers embrace the world
Interns and refugees -- often a strong relationships
Students discover the best professional artists are givers
Currency-trading firm takes a giant step upward
Conglomerates rekindle investors' interest
Women on TV: still worrying about detergents
The wind rises
The fleeting captured
'Labeling' children can result in limiting self-images
Marine base offers family services to take care of its own
Solving the big ones
How many billions?
Hot topics on US-German agenda
Weinberger urges greater US presence in Gulf
Reagan may propose welfare work plan
Kennedy to offer revised tax plan
New rules aim to cut antipollution red tape
Peru-Ecuador dispute goes to diplomats
Reagan seeks $13.6 billion cut in US loan programs
Slain missionary buried after simple ceremonies
West 5 abstain in Namibia vote
The band plays on
Bush and his predecessors
Law of the Sea: fanfare and an uncertain future
Phoenix comes out of the shade to bask in its own Suns' light
Goaltending of Mike Liut helps turn St. Louis Blues into a jazzy combo
Tug of war on US Salvador policy
El Salvador ghost town: left-right battles drive out those in middle
Reagan's first 50 days: blitz of policy changes
Reagan's first 50 days: blitz of policy changes; An array of critical issues suddenly confronts Poland
Booming auto imports: Is it time for limits?
US jobless rate expected to rise in spring and summer
Hijacking, Poland pose troubling options for USSR
Reagan and the press: finding a style that fits
Liberal economists applaud Reagan goal, but not tax cut
Iran, Iraq grimly determined to continue Gulf hostilities
US blocks Law of the Sea Treaty
Britain's black market puts cash in pockets
Evolution in court: 'both sides win'
Chile's Pinochet takes on trappings of civilian presidency
Dixie diarist's tour of force; Mary Chesnut's Civil War, edited by C. Vann Woodward. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. $29.95.
Bowen: master of mood, craft; The Collected Stories of Elizabeth Bowen, introduction by Angus Wilson. New York: Alfred A. Knopf $17.95.
Indispensable guide to Orwell; George Orwell, by Bernard Crick. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown & Co. $19.95.
A breathtaking look at some 20th-century giants; Personal Impressions, by Isaiah Berlin. New York: The Viking Press $12.95.
Douglas made a difference Independent Journey: The Life of William O. Douglas, by James F. Simon. New York: Harper & Row. $15. The Court Years, 1939...
An Anglophile's delight Faces in My Time, by Anthony Powell. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. $14. 95.
An emphasis on excellence
Expert's view of US economy; The American Economy in Transition, edited by Martin Feldstein. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, $20.
Novelist Bellow seen through a glass darkly; Saul Bellow: Drumlin Woodchuck, by Mark Harris. Athens, Ga.: The University of Georgia Press. $9.95.
Concise look at Faulkner; William Faulkner: His Life and Work, by David Minter. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. $16.95.
The real Thoreau doesn't quite fit the stereotype; Henry David Thoreau: What Manner of Man? by Edward Wagenknecht. Amherst, Mass.: The University of...
Borges, a master of fiction, belatedly discovered; Borges and his Fiction: A Guide to his Mind and Art, by Gene H. Bell Villada. Chapel Hill, N.C.:...
Definitive history of preservation movements since the '20s; Preservation Comes of Age: From Williamsburg to the National Trust, 1926-1949, by Charl...
Is the global arms trade out of control?; The Defense Industry, by Jacques S. Gansler. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. Weapons: The International G...
A tough, subtle new Dante; Dante: Inferno, A New Verse Translation, by Allen Mandelbaum. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press. $24.95.
Surveillance: How necessary? How evil?; Domestic Intelligence: Monitoring Dissent in America, by Richard E. Morgan. Austin, Texas: University of Tex...
Overlooked painters of genius; German Romantic Painting, by William Vaughan. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. $45.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Who's On First, by William F. Buckley Jr. New York: Avon Books. $2.95.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Final Payments, by Mary Gordon. New York: Ballantine Books. $2.75.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Ice Brothers, by Sloan Wilson. New York: Avon Books. $2.95.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Modern Irish Short Stories, edited by Ben Forkner. New York: Penguin Books. $5 .95.
Polywater -- instructive scientific fiasco; Polywater, by Felix Franks. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. $12.50.
Temperance wasn't just smashing saloons; Woman and Temperance: The Quest for Power and Liberty, 1873-1900, by Ruth Bordin. Philadelphia: Temple Univ...
Replete view of ethnic culture in America's melting pot; Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, edited by Stephen Thernstrom, Ann Orlov, an...
Winter in the great Northwest; Winter Brothers: A Season at the Edge of America, by Ivan Doig. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $10.95
White House budget ax hangs over youth job programs
How a former Arizona strip mine was turned into valuable farm land
Experience with a Policeman
Climbing a Volcano
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