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Monitor Archive for June 19, 1981
The Karamazovs will juggle anything -- well, almost anything
Science -- network TV's hot new format?
German bus builder picks town 'Out West' for shootout with US competition
As world shapes tin market, Malaysia seek to raise output
A matter of time
Inside Report (4)
Inside Report (6)
Inside Report (7)
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (2)
Inside Report (1)
Inside Report (5)
"What a word is this!"
Safeguard the courts
Bani-Sadr a 'missing person'
GSA gives team 60 days to clean up the agency
Italian Republican leader able to form new Cabinet
First-quarter surge in US revised upward yet again
Panel named to revive home-owning prospects
Western European rocket undergoes new test firing
Greece breaks off talks on operation of US bases
From the 'me' generation to 'we': an '80s forecast
US, Iraq agree on A-raid resolve
Reagan's radical brand of federalism
The Strout touch
Israel's raid as a warning symptom
Kennan stirs things up -- usefully
Electrical hazards get the static for many fires they didn't start
A water-resistant sealer not good for linoleum floor
Great course for US Open
World Cars 1981, by the Automobile Club of Italy. Pelham, N.Y.: Herald Books. $37.50.
Pontiac driven to recapture the youth market
What the editors think...
Reagan can tip Supreme Court scale to right
Middle East: Today's hot spot while Europe, Asia stay cool
U.S. doffs velvet glove in stance toward Soviets
Uneasy neighbors, themselves divided; Israel mudslinging election offers voter's a 'fascist' or a 'saboteur'
Uneasy neighbors, themselves divided; Syria's present regime more appealing-if compared with Muslim Brotherhood
S. Africa to US: 'Let's start afresh'
A Prince, a First Lady, and 1,300 men in blue
Tax cut: river runs strong for Reagan's plan
Ex-Senate environment watchdog lashes out at Reagan-Watt policies
How critics of prison crowding view court ruling
Haig hawks a hard line on Cambodia to ASEAN ministers
US sees events in Salvador going 'in right direction'
Air traffic controllers' strike threat poses big labor test for Reagan
Kania smiles, patriots raise funds -- and Poles long for strawberries
East Germany's political prisoners raise West's hackles
THE STATE OF THE ALLIANCE: THE MISSILE-WATCH
Prevention the best way to stop plant pests, but an attack helps
The 'shringle' bush and how it grew -- a delight for catbirds and people
Swiss chard of another color is just as tasty
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