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Monitor Archive for July 9, 1982
Cable TV's goodwill ambassador for the animal world
History as a riddle
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'Come unto me'
Haitians and humanity
The military transport dogfight
If US firms can't compete
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Israel may winter troops in Lebanon, leader hints
Nicaragua's neighbors condemn its buildup
Church of England rejects accord with Methodists
A high lama, back to visit, holds services in Tibet
Zimbabwe province quiet after a security sweep
American library unit sees gain against censorship
Vatican Bank president submits his resignation
Britain waits on Argentina for a go-ahead on POWs
Kentucky senator plans to skip governor's race
Report urges legal marijuana
Warrantless searches: the high court's bad switch
Mr. Begin's decision to delay
Latin America: time for 'benign neglect'
Renovation gives old metropolitan districts a creative new dynamism
Hunting for the ideal in window insulation
Bucky Dent's case and other angles on baseball's All-Star game; obscure feats
Other All-Star angles
Diamond records; cagers?
New books focus on a place in the sun; Sun Rhythm Form, by Ralph L. Knowles. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. 289 pp. $ 25. Solar Architecture: The...
A fantasy for baseball lovers; Shoeless Joe, by W. P. Kinsella. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 265 pp. $11. 95.
Gentleness from author of 'Jaws'; The Girl of the Sea of Cortez, by Peter Benchley. New York: Doubleday & Co. 236 pp. $13.95.
Dissident's window on Soviet life; Notes of a Revolutionary, by Andrei Amalrik, translated by Guy Daniels. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 355 pp. $16.50.
Definitive biography of Wodehouse; P. G. Wodehouse: A Biography, by Frances Donaldson. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 369 pp. $18.50.
COLUMNS MAKE ORDER OUT OF CHAOS AND SHAPE PUBLIC SPACES; AN EXHIBITION
Organic fertilizer product may put new life in lawns
Ask the gardeners
Coke and Pepsi square off in 'diet-cola wars'
From bread van to Merkava: the birth of a war machine
The 'city of orchids' recovers from Cultural Revolution
Reasons behind US effort to help PLO leave Beirut
Afghan refugees: the Palestinians of Asia?
Brezhnev warning to Reagan more bluster than ultimatum?
Paris-Washington honeymoon is over
A covey of capitalist economists in socialist France
South African spinoff land spurs self-reliance
Barth's literary puzzle: several novels disguised as one; Sabbatical: A Romance, by John Barth. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 366 pp. $14 .95.
Spanish writer snatches moments out of time; A Meditation, by Juan Benet. Translated by Gregory Rabassa. New York: Persea Books. 366 pp. $15.95.
Meaty fiction with a draft of sadness; Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, by Anne Tyler. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 303 pp. $13.50.
Archaeology in the Holy Land; Digging for God and Country: Exploration, Archaeology, and the Secret Struggle for the Holy Land, 1799-1917, by Neil A...
Digging for traces of Colonial life; Martin's Hundred, by Ivor Noel Hume. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 253 pp. $18.95.
Get ready now for winter gardening under glass; Home Solar Gardening - Solar Greenhouses for Your Backyard or Apartment, by John H. Pierce. New York...
Adapting older homes for solar uses; How to Solarize Your House: A Practical Guide to Design and Construction for Solar Heating, by Thomas Scott Dea...
Care for sweet tunes on an old muffler? Try the urban county fair
Nuclear War 101: professors prompt dialogue on campus
First Chinese encyclopedia to list 'notorious' characters
Why Hungarians think Andropov will succeed Brezhnev
A bit of praise for the Postal Service
Will Reagan flag down US rail strike?
Answering the public's questions about the US mail
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