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Monitor Archive for October 24, 1980
The gardener who nurtured London's Crystal Palace
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #1 THE ECONOMY; CARTER
US arms sales to Taiwan: the 'crunch' issue in relations with Peking
Tuesday's debate could turn race into runaway
The OPEC of coal
Oil outlook: OPEC still has its finger on the tap
Defense debate: Are US forces 'combat ready'?
McCarthy explains why hes's voting for Reagan
Ex-Cia man expected to accept secrets charges
Keeping the cold out of the crawl space
Writer says Soviet balk on vow to let him leave
Peking letting hinterlands deal for foreign enterprises
Puerto Rico: 'political' way station for unsettled Cubans and Haitians?
Huge West German pipeline order to move Soviet gas is in pipeline
S. Korea accepts tighter Chun grip
Explosion kills 67 at school in Spain
'Masada' -- ABC's controversial surprise for 1981
Winnowing song; Anatolia
If the US hostages are released, will Jimmy Carter be a shoo-in on Nov. 4?
How Iran sees prospect for US hostage release
UN at 35: a pollster peers at a paradox
Pay for Anderson staff 'delayed' to cover TV ads
Getting stubborn rust from white-marble slab
Heisman nod is as iffy as Nov. 4 race
Kosygin steps aside
For an extra (and easy) touch of the dramatic, grow a tree indoors
UN agrees to set up Cambodia conference
Singapore blue jeans curb lifted pending US inquiry
Kremlin's latest worry: empty meat counters
Is there really a 'women's vote?'
The first frost
Financiers' art collection gets $16 million at auction
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #1 THE ECONOMY; REAGAN
Keeping Iran intact: big powers' best interest
Kissinger finds Reagan 'prudent; recklessness is least of his problems'
Bomb alert halts trading 2nd day on Paris Bourse
Lean and hungry Felix prowls a pest-free garden
'At your disposal'
PLO, torn by Gulf conflict, sides with leftists and Iran
Trudeau doubts prospect of 4 provinces seceding
Top executives see imbalance of influence on government
Hong Kong to send back illegal Chinese immigrants
Mary Poppins and other outcasts
SALT on the hustings
Polish government and free trade unions close to compromise
Right brush, fungicide for moss on shingles
A well-run America
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #1 THE ECONOMY; ANDERSON
The American heartland as two Indiana playmakers see it; The Diviners Play by Jim Leonard Jr. Directed by Tom Evans.
Three acquitted in Texas on FBI 'Brilab' charges