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Monitor Archive for January 7, 1980
Revolutionary official in key Iranian city killed
Hostage deal possible, Waldheim to tell Carter
Minnesota's new North Stars are skating into stride
US revives postwar policy: restrain USSR
The President's decision not to debate
Snowclad White House belies crisis mood within
Rhodesia: guerillas swarm in before deadline
Strategic trade ban came 'too late'
Preparing for the primaries
Looking in: language teaching at its best
Mrs. Gandhi wafts toward victory in India
Embargo: experts differ on farm impact
El Salvador blames US for junta's near collapse
Homework or none? Parents still have role
As market sniffed trouble, some issues were in clover
Wanted: Teachers fluent in a second language
My book is not about school dress codes!
US to conduct limited probe of Kennedy slaying
France's 'Moliere': a flamboyant souffle of images
My Guinea Pig
Outlook good for top execs
'The Lathe of Heaven'
Arabs flay Soviet move but warn West not to overreact
Afghan religious leader calls for Kabul uprising
Try the long road!
Iran weights ouster of Western newsmen
Libyan realignment cuts ties with Al-Fatah group
US scapegoat wears thin for Khomeini
Countering the Russians
Egypt considers break with Soviets over invasion
Carter hurt politically by grain ban?
Melvin Maddocks; The male monologue: he said and said!
Hold on to the child
If I Ever Have a Pet
Northern Ireland gets one more shot at peace
The Iowa debate and two gentlemen from Illinois
Golden age of Dutch painting
Sicilian regional President assassinated by gunmen
Farmers on Soviet grain-sale limit: patriotic out
US business out to clinch Capitol Hill drive
Brown in Peking: US edges closer to China
To consult our hopes and not our fears
Decorating with little but ideas
Which none can take away
S. Africa economy soars on wings of gold boom
Washington toughens stance with 'realistic' view of Soviet aims
1,000 Afghans a day fleeing to Pakistan
Skiing minus snowfall