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Monitor Archive for March 12, 1982
'TV generation' journalist ripens into network co-anchor
Few days and full of truffle(s)
Inside Report (4)
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (5)
Inside Report (1)
Inside Report (6)
Inside Report (2)
Humility and healing
Save student aid
World eye on Poles' rights
In Short (2)
In Short (4)
In Short (3)
In Short (1)
Williams resigns from Senate
Watt unveils plan to open 1 billion protected acres
UN commission to study human rights in Poland
CBS-TV news will stay up all night. . .
...but the TV lights could go out for PBS
Moratorium on opening of 'sex shops' in L. A.
Experts shown 'proof' of Nicaragua role in Salvador
Scotland Yard report sets off racial furor
GM announces recall of half-million automobiles
CAB orders investation of American Airlines
Arafat visits East Berlin; PLO gets embassy status
The feisty Fed
An investment manager's Mideast memo
Doing well - and doing good - in the inner city
'More good news today'
Costly condos sell easily in rarefied air of Colorado
Restoring hardwood floors demands a careful touch
Ideas for preventing leaks in steel-casement windows
Red Sox: plenty of sock, but. . .
Talent and conviction; Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful, by Alan Paton. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 192 pp. $12.95.
View from the melting pot; Hunger of Memory: The Education of Richard Rodriguez, by Richard Rodriguez. Boston: David R. Godine. 195 pp. $13.95.
From Theroux, a chilling yarn of survival; The Mosquito Coast, by Paul Theroux. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 416 pp.
Tale of two brothers - a good read; Green Desire, by Anton Myrer. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 511 pp. $14.95.
IQ fallacies, Darwin, and his legacy
Ask the gardeners
Merits of a shredded newspaper mulch
Now is the time to think about planting trees, shrubs
Global inflation: is there a cure?
AM stereo arrives, but who will hear?
AM or FM?
Sued? Group legal insurance could pay for your lawyer
US Navy buildup: anchor for Reagan's defense plans
The Great Canal Debate
Soviet foreign policy - how far can the bear's paw reach?
Somalia nudges Washington to speed up arms
Talk of a depression called 'far-fetched'
Salvador mounts pre-election military, political offensive
Mitterrand, Reagan ready for battle on Central America
Reagan foreign policy case unheard?
A strong Western defense is key to peace, NATO chief argues
The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty. New York: A Harvest/HBJ Book. 622 pp. $8.95
Naming Names, by Victor S. Navasky. New York: Penguin Books. 482 pp. $5.95
Creation, by Gore Vidal. New York: Ballantine Books. 593 pp. $3.95
Man in the Holocene, by Max Frisch. Translated by Geoffrey Skelton. New York: A Harvest/HBJ Paperback. 113 pp. $3.95
How Saudi Arabia rose to global power; The Kingdom: Arabia and the House of Sa'ud, by Robert Lacey. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 576 pp. $19...
Chivalry makes a comeback; The Return to Camelot: Chivalry and the English Gentleman, by Mark Girouard. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. 320...
A remarkable search for roots; I Sought My Brother: An Afro-American Reunion, by S. Allen Counter and David L. Evans.Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press...
University presses throw a lifeline to hard pressed fiction writers
A university prize winner; Memorable stories from a talented new writer; The Death of Descartes, by David Bosworth. Pittsburgh: The University of Pi...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; Boris Pasternak: His Life and Art, by Guy de Mallac. Norman, Okla.: University of...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; The Story of Craft, by Edward Lucie-Smith. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Pr...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; How Courts Govern America, by Richard Neely. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Pre...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; Concrete Mama: Prison Profiles from Walla Walla, photographs by Ethan Hoffman, tex...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; Lady Tennyson's Journal, edited and with an Introduction by James O. Hoge. Charlot...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; The Glory of Jerusalem, text by Shlomo S. Gafni, photographs by A. van der Heyden....
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; Hawks on Hawks, by Joseph McBride. Berkeley: University of California Press. 190 p...
Briefly noted: the season's highlights from scholarly publishers; Equal rights, the Male, Stake, by Leo Kanowitz. Albuquerque: University of New Mex...
Also of note in California . . .
Peripheral canal arguments - pro and con
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