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Monitor Archive for August 13, 1982
An honest attempt at balance; ABC Closeup's portrait of the UN: charges and praise
A slyly poignant show
Applause -- and high time -- for US printmakers
One that (thankfully) got away
The Monitor's View: Quote (1)
Inside Report (5)
Inside Report (6)
Inside Report (7)
Inside Report (2)
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (1)
Inside Report (4)
The substance of our worth
Blocking aid to Beirut
The burden of executions
Conservatives, too, like clean air
No drilling in wilds, House says
Japan to reconsider textbook whitewash
EC says US pipeline ban afoul of international law
Iraq joins Arab nations offering refuge for PLO
Portuguese replacing Marxist Constitution
Trident A-sub runs gantlet to reach West Coast base
US calls for destroying chemical arms stockpiles
Bar unit reverses stand against private club bias
House, Senate to iron out military construction bill
Henry Fonda, film stat
Southpaws pause for celebration
At last -- haggling over peace
The urge to merge
N-bomb tests: it's easier to verify a total ban
Teaming up to ease building codes; US-local effort to spur new housing
Lift linoleum before putting hardware on kitchen floor
Pro basketball comebacks in offing; ump's toughest calls
Baseball's toughest calls
Kickoff game proposed
A million pounds of freight floating forth above earth
Two imports tie in this year's search for the 'ideal' automobile
Aetna seeks financial flexibility through acquisitions
Ask the gardeners
Giants in the march toward equality; Roy Wilkins's undeviating journey; Standing Fast: The Autobiography of Roy Wilkins, with Tom Mathews. New York:...
Giants in the march toward equality; King's gifts for eloquence and nonviolence; Let the Trumpet Sound: The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr., by Step...
Hard-hitting inner-city saga; Forsaking All Others, by Jimmy Breslin. New York: Simon & Schuster. 431 pp. $16. 95.
Weathering a 'depression'
Impatient US moves to save Habib's mission
Israeli goods find ready markets in war-torn Lebanon
South African minister: Why does church back apartheid?
New bill: sealing a porous border
The tide of 'illegals' -- a firsthand record
Utilities increase efforts to catch power rustlers
Businesses aren't fighting to pick up tax-increase tab
Old varieties of plants are valid options
Detroit seeking rust warranties
Extra pennies for your pennies
Golf and business mix
Informative nonfiction for summer reading; Slavery's toll -- on the masters; The Ruling Race: A History of American Slaveholders, by James Oakes. Ne...
Informative nonfiction for summer reading; Rustic essays that don't wilt; In Praise of Practical Fertilizer, by John Baskin. New York: W.W. Norton &...
Informative nonfiction for summer reading; Inside the nuclear family; Nuclear Culture: Living and Working in the World's Largest Atomic Complex, by...
Perfect end for a worthy series; The Killing Ground, by Mary Lee Settle. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Inc. 364 pp. $14.95.
Poetry that obscurity hasn't obscured; The Last Lunar Baedeker, by Mina Loy. Highland, N.C.: The Jargon Society (distributed by Inland Book Company,...
Counterpoint to Whitman's songs; Walt Whitman: The Measure of His Song, edited by Jim Perlman, Ed Folsom, and Dan Campion. Minneapolis: Holy Cow! Pr...
Poet Ortiz, defender of history's victims
Night Witches: The Untold Story of Soviet Women in Combat, by Bruce Myles. Novato, Calif.: Presidio Press (31 Pamaron Way, 94947). 278 pp. $14.95.
The Child Snatchers, by Bobbi Lawrence and Olivia Taylor-Young. Charlestown, Mass.: Charles River Books (One Thompson Square, 02129). 262 pp. $12.95.
Women of the West, by Cathy Luchetti with Carol Olwell. St. George, Utah: Antelope Island Press (PO Box 220, 84770). 240 pp. $25.
The Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906, by Eric Saul and Don Denevi. Millbrae, Calif: Celestial Arts (231 Adrian Road, 94030). 168 pp. $2...
Thousand Pieces of Gold, by Ruthanne Lum McCunn. San Francisco: Design Enterprises of San Francisco (PO Box 14695, 94114). 308 pp. $5.95 (paperback).
Klondike Lost: A Decade of Photograhs by Kinsey and Kinsey, by Norm Bolotin. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing Company (Box 4-EEE, 99509). 128...
Fine Woodworking Techniques 4, selected by editors of Fine Woodworking magazine. Newtown, Conn.: The Taunton Press (55 Churchhill Rd., Box 355, 0647...
Innovation on a shoestring is the rule for little mags
Stimulating look across a dotted line; Divisions on a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture, by Northrop Frye. Toronto: House of Anasi Press Ltd. (dist...
What makes American farms work; Feeding Multitudes -- A History of How Farmers Made America Rich, by Wheeler McMillen. Danville, Ill.: The Interstat...
Close-up on a labor of love
Anthology of favorites; The Pushcart Prize VII: Best of the Small Presses, edited by Bill Henderson. Wainscott, N.Y.: The Pushcart Press (PO Box 380...
Good advice for would-be novelists; Guide to Fiction Writing, by Phyllis A. Whitney. Boston: The Writer (8 Arlington Street, 02116). 133 pp. $12.95.
How Israeli bureacracy held up Red Cross supplies for west Beirut
After long wait, abortion issue faces showdown in Congress
Poland -- lint in its pockets and a debt coming due
Flap over broadcast radiation stirs local action
In Poland courtesy -- and confidence -- are in short supply
Italy's Craxi: a man in a hurry -- and with a Socialist mission
Attacks against Jews in France spark intense debate
Recent anti-Semitic attacks in Europe
Japanese realtors try sales gimmicks to sell properties
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