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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1981
Marathon look at a complex question: national defense
Japan and China hunt solution to stalled Shanghai steel mill project
Where in the World are trade and investors flocking?
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Inside Report (4)
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Inside Report (1)
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Inside Report (2)
Responsibility and strength
Responding to the raid
Find the right mix for the 'new federalism'
Afghan President yields premier job to a deputy
Leader of small party faces big jog in Italy
US says 5% of S&Ls are on danger list
Japan will ease auto sales to Benelux nations, too
Begin says raid destroyed secret installation, too
2nd Pulitzer story hit; panel calls it 'reckless'
Iraq seeks Arab aid for A-work
For the record (4)
For the record (2)
For the record (1)
For the record (3)
A temporary job at the Monitor
The real defense issues
Abortion: to turn the situation around
Energy-saving underground homesEnergy-saving underground homes
Change of pace
'Strike 1' about to echo in empty ballparks
New US grain sales to Soviets: the question isn't if, but how soon
Era of male dominance in Switzerland may be coming to a close
Democrats learning 'survival skills'
Israel and Poland defy their big-power patrons
That Israeli raid -- the White House still has questions
Israeli raid -- 'least costly option'?
Portugal tries to put a lid on political violence
'Real money' comes out of budget, but GOP makes some concessions
Iran's pendulum swings against bani-sadr
Ulster Protestants launch independence party
Betty Ford, Alan Alda in forefront of final drive for ERA ratification
Poland's Communists rally to Kania and reform -- and rebuff Soviets
French legislative election nears
Soviet aid to Poles may be slowing
'Love Canal South': Alabama DDT residue will cost millions to clean up
THE MUSLIM REPUBLICS--WEAK LINKS IN THE SOVIET CHAIN?
CHAIRS; in which architects design furniture to furnish the spaces they create
Saguaro cactus, giant sponges on wooden frames, stand desert watch
A fragrant and flowering shrub
Sprouting tiny seeds indoors gives crop a head start
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