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Monitor Archive for November 14, 1980
Seventh ring of Saturn: Voyager says it's for real
USAF transport crashes in Egypt; 13 are killed
Jesters in journalism: A professor looks at TV news
To be of service to each other
Madrid parley: curtain, lights invective
What Poles told the pollsters
Job layoffs -- an unfamiliar status for many Senate staffers
When a cabinet's chumminess wears off
New Jean Kerr comedy is a tossed summer salad; Lunch Hour Starring Gilda RAdner, Sam Waterston. Comedy by Jean Kerr.Directed by Mike Nichols.
Poles seek $3 billion loans from US to aid economy
Rights and wrongs in Madrid
Middle cities, 'isolated' by deregulation, push for return of airline flights
Defense against terrorism
What the big winner has to do now
Hard bargaining looms as Iran mulls US reply
Management the difference for foreign firms in Britain
Views from Anne Frank's father; Fresh light on upcoming 'Diary' production
Big refugee airlift to US being planned in Vietnam
Saturn's secret should 'boggle' scientists for years
Polish solution only adds to East Europe's worries
Haig speech: tip-off to Reagan foreign policy?
Football biggies grumble
Reagan farm policy will continue bipartisan effort to 'turn farmers loose'
Iranian rockets raise Gulf anxiety
A miniature garden that fits in a dish
Shoot-out shatters calm between Zimbabwe rivals
A trying week for Kremlin as cracks appear in empire
Short but sweet
Democrats look to rebuild as Republicans crank up
Preview of Reagan presidency: pragmatic and nonideological
Third Cambodian force fights, but lacks real clout
New Englanders grab for patronage plums ripened by Reagan's win
Southern politics: Can GOP stay on top of a Democratic mountain?
Poles take first nonofficial public opinion poll
Grain handlers nagged by dust explosion problem
'The life of a former president'
Pope off to W. Germany on a ticklish pilgrimage
W. German cultural ties to be cut by E. Germany
A marauding Venus flytrap at large in your living room?
Volcano in Alaska blows 'like a Roman candle'
Soviet general-turned-dissident keeps up fight for human rights
'Octagons' stand as relics of past
'Near misses' in crowded US skies: Can an ideal solution be found?
A 'food' gardener takes a little out for flowers
That low vote: apathy or arithmetic?