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Monitor Archive for January 23, 1980
Holland's unique 'science shops'
Whaling Commission rejects ban
For Kennedy troops it's on to New Hampshire -- and '84?
Avoiding housing market
Farewell to Daylight
L.A. offered as alternate Olympics site
Stepladders move from the garage to the living room
CO: more climatic warnings
Lance jury's task begins
$1.52-a-gallon gasoline forecast by year-end
Legal clinic: more approachable law aid
Who's George Bush?
Let the sun set on federal waste
US shaping anti-Soviet response
Boycotting the Moscow Olympics
A mythology for humanity's future; Fireflood and Other Stories, by Vonda N. McIntyre, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $10.95
Afghan fighters lack unity as much as guns
Carter victory in Iowa cools off Kennedy bid for big-labor support
'Will all blacks please leave the church'
He retells the story of art -- with humor
Things we can't live without
Survivors of the '60s who stick to the struggle
Wintering-over in Chesapeake
Off-Broadway comedy comes on strong; Table Settings Comedy by James Lapine. Directed by Mr. Lapine.
Baby-boom children of the '50s set the pace for the '80s
CBS keeps on posting top ratings in TV race
Sakharov exile adds to US-Soviet strains
Soviets accuse Canada of provocation over 'spies'
Anti-abortionists lobby for a 'life amendment'
Prospect fades for letup in '81 payroll-tax hike
N. Korea lashes at US over border exercise
SALT important even after Afghanistan
States move toward sharing burden of radioactive waste disposal
Off-Broadway comedy comes on strong; Lagrima del Diablo ("The DEvils Tear") Play by Dan Owens. Directed by Richard Gant.
A seed planted
East Germany's winning ways; The Miracle Machine, by Doug Gilbert. New York: Coward, McCann, Geoghegan. $10 .95.
Fading recession leaves some forecasters on a limb
Rhodesia's bumpy ride to Zimbabwe
Finland wonders who can follow in Kekkonen's footsteps
Atlantic City's 'gold rush' -- casino boom draws a crowd
Carter, Bush: what Iowa victories mean
House and Senate team OKs oil windfall tax
TOUCHING OTHER BASES
Australian Prime Minister asks for Olympic boycott
B-52s fly over Arabian Sea as signal to the Kremlin
That low-ego Steeler coach
Science trekking through Canadian wilds
Crossroads decision for Japan: back US on Iran, make sacrifices
The new abortion ruling
Gold price: what goes up
House capital gain tax
Los Angeles art museum names its new director
How Carter avoids the Iranians' trap
Chinese guns stir India more than Soviet tanks
Off-Broadway comedy comes on strong; Endgame. Play by Samuel Beckett. Directed by Joseph Chaikin.
Drawing from a deep well