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Monitor Archive for February 12, 1982
Johnny Carson finds he can go home again
'The Wall' finally comes to TV
'Love Tapes' on PBS
Snoods over the range
Whatever happened to Mr. Roebuck?
Inside Report (5)
Inside Report (2)
Inside Report (1)
Inside Report (7)
Inside Report (4)
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (6)
Where to cut
In short (1)
In short (2)
El Salvador: still time to negotiate
Viet military plane crashes in Thailand
'Reds' in the lead for Oscar laurels
African peacekeepers threaten Chad pullout
Haig urges Lisbon to lead drive on Polish crackdown
Breakthrough is hinted on Pentecostalist refuge
Acid-rain protesters end their smokestack-sitting
Toyota says it will set up a US factory in mid-'80s
Iranian throngs celebrate anniversary of overthrow
OPEC may seek price talk with big oil companies
US drops interim MX missele plan
The voice of Reaganomics
Don't distort Iran's history -- a former hostage's view
For mildewed house paint, try this remedy first
Taking the squeaks out of old hardwood floors
For better looks of draft, chimney pots hard to find
Cleaning marble takes a knowledgeable touch
Johnny Miller's golf game more mental than physical
How to make a million
Off the grapevine:
Shopping for a used car? Don't just kick the tires!
Who says you can't transplant a carrot patch?
Thyme in your herb garden adds a subtle seasoning in your kitchen
From Ehrlichman, a skewed look at power in Washington; Witness to Power, by John D. Ehrlichman. New York: Simon & Schuster. 432 pp. $17 .50.
From Alsop, a new slant on FDR controversies; FDR: A Centenary Remembrance, by Joseph Alsop. New York: The Viking Press. 256 pp. $25.
Muggeridge: out of the cocoon; Like it Was: The Diaries of Malcolm Muggeridge, selected and edited by John Bright-Holmes. New York: William Morrow &...
Look who's financing the third world; The Money Lenders: Bankers and a World in Turmoil, by Anthony Sampson. New York: The Viking Press. 336 pp. $16...
Has commerce bypassed culture?; Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing, by Lewis A. Coser, Charles Kadushin, Walter W. Powell. New York: Basi...
Our guide to 1982 tax guides
Great Decisions '82; Central America: fire in the 'front yard'?
Guatemala guerrillas unite just before crucial election
US stand on Salvador: 'calculated ambiguity' . . . or evidence of Washington's indecision?
'Bloated' government: '83 budget won't reduce it much
Farmers feel budget's pinch, but many agree with Reagan goals
US income gap growing, say political scientists
A high-stakes contest between US electronic-chip-machine makers
Boston judge works hard to keep kids from going bad
Coaxing owner, tenant to save fuel
Syria's Assad tries to keep tight lid on Hama rebellion
Ulster pins its hopes on FitzGerald winning Irish poll
Pick of the paperbacks; The Third Wave, by Alvin Toffler. New York: Bantam Books. 537 pp. $3.95.
Pick of the paperbacks; The Money Masters, by John Train. New York: Penguin Books. 320 pp. $4.95.
Pick of the paperbacks; The Nazi/Shokie Conflict: A Civil Liberties Battle, by David Hamlin. Boston: Beacon Press. 184 pp. $6.25.
Pick of the paperbacks; The Aquarian Conspiracy: Personal and Social Transformation in the 1980s, by Marilyn Ferguson. Los Angeles: J. P. Tarcher In...
A US history emphasizing people, places; The Vineyard of Liberty, by James MacGregor Burns. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 703 pp. $22.95.
The prophets of boom and zoom How To Cash in on the Coming Stock Market Boom, by Myron Kandel. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co. 191 pp. $12.95. How To Pr...
A one-pound coin -- that's $1.85 -- coming in Britain
Congress chases after alternatives to Reagan budget
China warns corrupt, inept officials of possible purge
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