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Monitor Archive for July 22, 1981
Legendary Miles Davis returns
Sounds of jazz were just about everywhere in New York -- and beyond
A splended Henry V at Connecticut's Stratford
New look at art, history of Bible; Exploring the Bible, by Owen S. Rachleff. New York: Abbeyville Press Inc. $39. 95.
The East Germans -- close up; Twelve Years: An American Boyhood in East Germany, by Joel Agee. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Inc. $14.95.
Juvenile injustice: courageous probe of ineptitude; The Child Savers, by Peter S. Prescott. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $12.95.
Earth in 100 years as seen by a modern Jules Verne; 2081: A hopeful View of the Human Future, by Gerard K. O'Neill. New York: Simon & Schuster. $14....
Light on the 'subterranean economy' exposes US policy problems
US exporters of services protest unfair foreign barriers
Step right up, Knoxville's having a world-class fair
The summer of the peas
Slow zone ahead: enjoy
This is what I'm doing.
Real estate agent works to save Denver's older homes
Substance and health
In short (2)
In short (5)
In short (4)
In short (1)
In short (3)
Mr. Reagan and the F-16s
The Monitor's View: Quote
US identifies remains of 3 MIAs
Louisiana classes required to add biblical creationism
134 who failed to sign up for draft face prosecution
Soviets give 'rights' watchdog 9-year term
Talks to end postal strike in Canada to resume
Heavy fighting erupts in western Cambodia
Americans' June incomes crawled up; outgo jumped
Conoco directors, favoring Du Pont, fend off Mobil
New US postal service contract averts strike
Whaling panel rejects Reagan appeal for ban
Justice Department backs contact with planemaker
Pelts for British busbies? Nay, a bear-faced booboo
How not to help Marcos
A case against nerve gas
Scenario for a social security 'reform plan'
The Monitor's View: Quote (2)
August Sky Chart; Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Will diverted rivers change the climate?
US amateur sports festival brightens summer doldrums
Subaru sees a market for two-seater minicar in US
Spinning a Ferrari down the freeway: Walter Mitty would swoon
US undecided, Arabs divided, as Israel holds initiative; Formidable obstacles lie in path of Habib mission
US undecided, Arabs divided, as Israel holds initiative; Israeli raids upset White House schedule for drafting comprehensive policy to replace stopg...
Back-to-basics movement heads for high school in San Francisco
No more federal aid -- but money-saving housing for elderly survives
Grain to Russia: how will Reagan handle dilemma?
Medfly battle: state looks like winner, but at what cost?
Reagan's 'sellers' find Urban League a wary "buyer"
Soviets stick to wait-and-see policy on Poland, keeping options open
Will Poles roll up their sleeves now that party's over?
A revolutionary remembers China's Cultural Revolution
The day I took tea with the Queen (and 8,000 others)
Holding Series E bonds could cost ovener's heirs more
Taxes on property sales
Selling family silver
Joint tenancy not a will
Lebanon: powerless to protect Lebanese or to keep PLO in check
Arab Anti-American tide rising in Mideast
Iraq settles in for long haul of 'no war, no peace' with Iran
People's Daily blames ousted chairman Hua Guofeng for 'whateverism'
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