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Monitor Archive for June 24, 1981
A feast of early music as it was meant to sound
The 'Olympics' of world ballet
The Royal Ballet's adventures in America
From Gardner, short stories dimmed by abstractions; The Art of Living and Other Stories, by John Gardner. Woodcuts by Mary Azarian. New York: Alfred...
Tigers: back from extinction; Saving the Tiger, by Guy Mountfort. New York: The Viking Press $16.95.
Epic yarn from author of 'Shogun'; Noble House: A Novel of Contemporary Hong Kong, by James Clavell. New York: Delacorte Press. $19.95.
How to tell if you are upper class; Class, by Jilly Cooper. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $12.95.
Useful catalog of musical comedy; The World of Musical Comedy, by Stanley Green, San Diego: A.S. Barnes & Co. $19 .95.
Sun book: handsome, factual, dull; Fire of Life: The Smithsonian Book of the Sun. Washington: Smithsonian Exposition Press (distributed by W. W. Nor...
Unsympathetic biography of U.S. Grant; Grant: A Biography, by William S. McFeely. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. $19.95 .
Short stories: two top new collections; Prize Stories 1981: The O. Henry Awards, edited by William Abrahams. New York: Doubleday & Co. $13.95. The C...
Whatever became of '60s underground papers?
Finding a financial planner: look into training, what else is for sale
US research: key leader sees new stress on innovation
World of the soft touch
More than a frill
Program helps 'displaced' homemakers identify skills, set goals
Save more with SALT
The Monitor's View: Quote (1)
Switching on nuclear power -- safely
French Communists clear way for government role
Two American diplomats ordered out of Zambia
Five-party coalition in sight for Italy
2 On Thurmond list bow from court consideration
Poland asks EC nations for urgent help on debt
US, Mexico set up panel to tackle trade disputes
2 In North Carolina get jail for PCB offenses
Israel sets up civil court for citizens in West Bank
Public-service 'Nobels' awarded
Reagan's rocky road to the North-South summit
Saving Cambodia from Vietnam's control
A churchman's view of Northern Ireland
The Monitor's View: Quote
Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
A 'threat' to free research
Right elbow can help put a big wallop in golf
Tennis champion Borg plays like an inspired robot
Chinese divers have come on strong in a hurry
BMW designs cars for savvy motorists
Some things to know before buying a new car; How to Buy a Car, by James R. Ross. New York: St. Martin's Press. $3.95.
Chimney car chugs along burning gas -- from wood
Schmidt and the famous physicist: an epic debate on where to put nuclear missiles
US inflation rate: saying farewell to double digits?
Will U.S. miss Halley
Iran's clerics march to political primacy
Bani-Sadr ouster gives all power to the clergy
Haig: a spit-and-polish general earns diplomatic stars
Taiwan shrugs off US-China arms deal
Postal Service reaches for 20-cent stamp, longer ZIP
New England shows US how to cut back on use of energy
Auto insurance: easing the bill for owners of solidly built cars
Soviets just might turn Polish crisis into diplomatic coup
ALSO OF NOTE FROM W. GERMANY
GOP may mimic Democrats' 'common touch' in effort to widen support
Japan doesn't match US yen for defense
A look at ways to reduce what will go to taxes and probate
Bank and S&L safety
Upgraded withdrawal charts
Conveying farm property
That Israeli raid on the Iraqi reactor: the facts -- and deeper issues
That Israeli raid on the Iraqi reactor: the facts -- and deeper issues; Using treaties, not air strikes, to halt nuclear spread
Stepping out in the world
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