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Monitor Archive for August 31, 1981
Finding a niche for the up-and-coming young singer
Israel's Jews, Muslims, Christians; Journey to Jerusalem, by Grace Halsell. New York: Macmillan. $10.95
Inflation and the third world; World Inflation and the Developing Countries, by William R. Cline & Associates. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Insti...
How will Mexico's oil riches help her people?; The Politics of Mexican Oil, by George W. Grayson. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. $21.95...
Eloquent photos capture Nicaraguan upheaval; Nicaragua: June 1978-July 1979, by Susan Meiselas. New York: Pantheon Books. $ 22.95 in hardcover. $11....
Enlist -- keep college costs down
Reagan teaches Econ 101 in a one-nation school
It's good to know what it is to fail
A phone call which lasted 19 years
Comma: 'A punctuation mark'
Diagnostic testing: how to learn what a pupil needs
Unique 'T-bill index' predicts drop in output for '82
Trickle of foreign money being traded in China
New Japan import: classical masters bring art to US
As though through their own eyes
Pa and me
Summer slept in your voice
Kids' book logs memories of the house left behind; Goodbye, House, by Ann Banks and Nancy Evans. New York: Harmony Books. $4.95.
Career parents must do their share says 'nonworking' mother
Easing the move to a new school
Love overcomes discouragement
What now, Democrats?
Amtrak: down -- but far from out
2 top Iranian officials injured in Tehran blast
Salvadorans may be freed in deaths of 6 Americans
Soviet pin Afghan pullout to OKs by Iran, Pakistan
OAU leader seeks Namibia peace
Rallies in West Germany protest arms planning
KKK leader has given FBI data 7 years, paper says
Poor harvests in Romania spur private farm plots
Group says gas decontrol will erase tax-cut gains
Lowell Thomas, 'So long'
Those neck-and-neck milers
Swinging -- very carefully -- at Newport
A way back for Jimmy Carter?
Is there a farmland crisis?
US Open: also-ran Borg plus biggest-ever purse
Reagan's credibility faces crucial testing time; Trend of the economy
US hiring rules: red tape or a helping hand?
Israel seems to be slowly annexing the West Bank
Mitterrand swings France toward the third world
Israel and US square off over sale of AWACS planes to Saudi Arabia
Voyager 2 sending back eerie' music of the spheres'
Botha tries to polish reform image
Chicago tries art of fiscal juggling
S. Africa is proud of its Angola raid
What Pretoria hopes to gain from attack
Churches debate aid to radical groups
Terrorist attack in Vienna tied to PLO factionalism
Cabinet chief grades US education
Kirkland's Poland visit will break with the past
Law of the Sea members on collision course with US
Flexibility: new keynote for Reagan?
There maybe a pilchard casserole in your future
Poles sidetrack one dispute -- but others still lie ahead
Hungary boosts private enterprise
History and meaning in a magnificent new opera about Gandhi; Satyagraha Opera by Philip Glass. Libretto by Constance DeJong. Conducted by Christophe...
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