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Monitor Archive for October 31, 1980

Farmers will plow back China profits
Reagan win on Tuesday seems likely unless dramatic shift occurs
Soviets to Poland:; 'Enough is enough'
Philadelphia Eagles begin to look like the Phillies
Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Duel in 'sun state' -- Goldwater vs. Schulz
Foreign affairs: Carter is best No, Reagan is


Pea-'n-squash bedmates
A Wall Street economist sees double-digit blues

A risky hostage tradeoff
A good year for peacemongers after all

Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Left-right clash in Virginia
British industry hits lowest point since World War II
How to lay on a feast fit for the birds
Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Florida Senate race: both candidates court conservatives
Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Democratic Congress, but thinner majority
Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Jenrette, convicted in 'Abscam,' doggedly seeks reelection
Blast at railroad station was terrorism, China says

Reagan adviser quits under fire

Iran-Iraq war becomes a battle of two men's wills
Calling the 'grammar hot line'
Time to remove all old, cracking paint
Iran-Iraq peace try in UN Council
Five days to go: Key Iowa county leans toward Reagan
Snowspill
Overcoming jealousy
Tinker, tailor, soldier, Congress
Democracy gains in Zanzibar
US edges steadily toward new system of nationwide banking
Britain's Labour Party gears up for its Nov. 4 election
High official says Carter balks on Billygate inquiry
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Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Washington State race: a 40-year record on the line
Continental Babel
New Israeli 'consessions' on West Bank?
Sprays of evergreen can dress up a bare window box in winter
Foreign affairs: Carter is best

Foes of hostage windup block Iranian meeting
Key contests that may shape next year's congress; Senator Bayh calls on all his 'charisma, folksiness'
Bill Moyers -- 'conscience of American TV'?
New program for Belgium wins vote of confidence

Bad economic news may not be that bad for Carter
Court defers appeal ruling on ousted West Bank pair
Danish women forge new future for historic hostel
Prospects grow stronger for Arab summit meeting
Pulling the plug on computer crime
A fight to control suburban sprawl grips the Seattle area

Poland waits with bated breath as new premier and union leader meet
S. Africa agrees to UN Namibia plan
Whistle stop 1948
US Voters: the middle holds against extremes
Key contests that may shape next year's Congress; Fort Worth's Jim Wright in a real 'cow town' fight
Why Saudis broke links with Libya