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Monitor Archive for October 10, 1980

Poland and the Czars -- again
THE KEKE DIFFERENCE
More commuters leave driving to mass transit
Prayer's retroactive power
Alaska oil's new bonanza: vast amber waves of grain
Cliffs In Autumn (Elsah, Illinois)

ANDERSON - HOW DIFFERENT?; 3. THE CHANGING OF POLITICAL STRIPES
Polish parliament gives itself some real say
Antidraft group plans campus rallies next week


Former Turk party leaders may be headed for court
Real-estate houses with many mansions


Tax-cut talk grows milder as fresh warnings surface
Tap a neglected resource -- the world's peasants
Syria's pact with Moscow sends warning to fellow Arabs
Carter tries his new style: attacks without the barbs
Banks expect role that could liven up US overseas trade
LA's Tom Bradley: cool, inscrutable, a quiet politician
The good manager
Europe edgy at big-power arms talks
Treasure ship of czars glints large off Japan
Those cornflakes in your computer
War, election, Kremlin interact; West Europe continues its rightward swing but with reservations
Apostle plant lovely even not blooming
PAck OK'd for submitting to UN on 'horror' arms

Bob Hope in Russia: the jokes work -- sometimes
Surge in sugar prices laid to Soviet buying
Brown raps GL-readiness reports
New system overhaul on agenda for UNESCO
War, Election, Kremlin interact; Foreign policy could be passport to Oval Office
Path to Gulf peace?
Getting rust stains off a concrete floor
DH rule takes some fun out of baseball
Nobel letters price goes to Polish-language poet
Venting away mildew on floor joists
When children are addicts
Bottom line after Nov. 4: GOP may gain in, but not control, Congress
War, election, Kremlin interact; Kremlin gifts chaos for political nuggets
'Reluctant' liberals -- Carter needs them to rally to his cause to win
Keeping house plants happy
A conglomerate whiz, 84, sharing his know-how
Peking game of catch-up -- hot dogs like West's
Could Iran close Hormuz? Most think not
War, election, Kremlin interact; Gulf war may open era of third-world conflicts
War, election, Kremlin interact; As Afghan Army crumbles, Soviets dig in for long stay
A little care keeps dormant houseplants growing all year round
On both sides of the bench

The Kremlin's view of nuclear war