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Monitor Archive for July 6, 1981
World theater beats a path to . . . Baltimore
What? A journalist who wants to teach in Bogota
Integration: a goal for schoolchildren
Modern Israel or the Holy Land -- both are open to students
Top executives bullish on US
Dutch want gas to go for industry
Clerical pay continues upward
Canadians chuckling as takeover shoe changes feet
The Fourth makes a bang again in nation's capital
By the light of the moon
The Monitor's View: Quote
The strong and the weak
Helping frustrated families deal with child abuse
The pitfalls of 'overparenting'
Lessons from a child: finding joy in work
To do what needs to be done
New start for Head Start?
Overture to a duet
Women and the draft
Ulster adversaries move to end prison impasse
2 British areas churn with racial incidents
Secret US talks with PLO continue, newspaper says
Late tallies give Begin the nod for new regime
Poles' bloc partnership votes no economic balm
US said to tighten wraps around 'Stealth' bomber
6,000 Wild Horses in Danger
Soviets, Syrians in naval 'games'
Needed: a foreign policy 'jazz band leader'
America's quiet revolt
'Myths' about illegal Mexican immigration
With the Wimbledon crown -- a mellower McEnroe?
The Reagan report card: high marks on most tests
Energy-rich states aided by severance tax ruling
Ratings are in: investors switch channel to pay-TV, independents
Germany, Japan discover dents in their accord on automobile exports
French-Mexican goodwill dries up over oil dispute
US in no mood to be lobbied on arms-control talks
Gromyko closes no Polish options
Change in Poland: not if, but how far should it go?
The feeling sinks in: 'new federalism' is here
Evidence grows that budget ax will spare environment
Immigration crisis: new call for action
Quotas gone, US shoemakers see flood of footwear from Asia
Updating Lock 26: a major snag to traffic on Mississippi
Battle of the networks
Why Federal aid cutback will have smaller impact on Southern cities
snipping red tape: it takes government coordination
The Royal Wedding
What Britain's monarchy means to the world and the British
What Britain's monarchy means to the world
Once upon a time
Britain's battered economy
Royal Advice: On putting Britain back on course
Austrian welcome mat gets a bit tattered as a steady stream of Poles heads West
Gandhi flashes a 'China card'
East-West Germany: arms talks, visits, and Wuppertal's new statute
Resurgent US dollar open gates to increased American tourism
Cool receptions for latest proposals on Northern Ireland
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