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Monitor Archive for April 6, 1981
James Whitmore tours in 'On Golden Pond'
Save money/teach a lesson; Give pupils daily chores to do
'A communications problem of the highest priority'
Investors still sorting out effect of Reagan shooting
Wall Street Scene (2)
Wall Street Scene (3)
Wall Street Scene (1)
Computer aid to British firms
Computer consultant to business plugs in to its connection with MIT
A message from the deep
Eskimo, Bering Straits
Young writers benefit from encouragement, evaluation, recognition
Employment program helps young people discover careers, find work
Don't forget your original!
Thailand: curbing the colonels
Own your own home?
New gains, old lags noted in US black rural schools
Dayan running in Israel with independent slate
Moro murder suspect arrested in Italy
Relatives accused of role in abuse of the elderly
Arab lands weigh aid plan for UNICEF, other units
Trudeau rejects premier talks
Oxford hails woman at the helm
A letter of thanks
Grace notes, guns, and butter
The good-humored Ronald Reagan
Arm the Afghan freedom fighters
1980-81 skiing: a Yankee's cup; Soviet surge; US women
Meese on Reagan's steadiness, Haig, crime
Poland: Brezhnev's dilemma as crisis sharpens
Why Soviets hesitate to move on Poland
Facing Soviet pressure, China, US draw closer
Oil companies take fresh look at West Africa reserves
Miners in France's coal belt give Giscard black mark
New snag for gas project
All quiet on the Polish front -- for the time being; Poles brace for more flak
All quiet on the Polish front -- for the time being
Fed's tight-money plans vs. Reagan economic hopes
Should America enter nuclear satellite race with USSR?
San Antonio is first US big city to elect a Hispanic mayor
King helps foil Thai coup
Charles and Diana: all Britain rejoices
Aberdeen: Scotland's Klondike
The D'Oyly Carte Company: would it, indeed, be missed?
The cruise missle question: who should harbor this two-edged sword?
Presidential protection: Is there a flaw in system?
US gets static for playing Soviet-style propaganda politics
Lebanese crisis casts dark cloud over Haig's Middle East trip
Goodbye to Winter--Snowflakes
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