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Monitor Archive for November 19, 1980
It's hard to see China from Madison Avenue
Burglar alarms ring in Moscow
Verdict reheats KKK emotions
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; East Timor: more food but repressive rule lingers
'Primer' aids the novice in choosing, buying and maintaining oriental rugs; ORIENTAL RUG PRIMER: Buying and Understanding New Oriental Rugs, by Aram...
Space experts look into an earthly power problem
UN call for Afghan pullout sought again by 3rd world
An instrumental trio bound for history
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Waves of humanity wash across Southeast Asia
Vesco must leave Bahamas: Whither?
'Cosmos': whether you liked it on TV or not, by all means read the book; Cosmos, by Carl Sagan. New York: Random House. $19.95
Justice and Mr. Thurmond
A 26,000-mile, 74-day record drive around world
Tricks of the trade from third-generation refinisher
Britain's nationalized industry drains new oil wealth
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Viet boat people: in search of paradise lost
Renault, to make a profit, sets a goal of 150,000 car sales in US
Income investments limited
Israelis fire at students protesting over university
College passing game -- catching on
don't be penny-wise in drawing up a will
FREEING THE AFRICAN GENIUS; Pierre Pradervand Sociologist
New family center seeks two-career couples for survey
Risky war talk
1-stop start-up aid for small business
Mozambique tells big powers: 'Stay on your own blocs'
No DNA deal
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Laotians: treading a hard road 'home'
Amateur archaeologist finds first European settlement in Florida
A prophecy ready to be fulfilled
Railbus gets a tryout in New England
Cleveland licks its default but faces borrowing battle
Investment training group
Australia to keep embargo on Soviet grain -- if
Another BBC winner and a magical afternoon
Iran seeks outside inquiry on chemical-arms claims
Begin leaves US early, faces domestic challeges
Worldwatch study: insulation sellers thrive as energy leaks cost more
Senate antibusing vote start of civil rights retreat?
Insulation, yes; thermal drapes no
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS;%Cambodians: saving an 'endangered species'
Pope makes his first 'pilgrimage' to W. Germany, the land of Luther
US hostages: Iran may opt to wait for Reagan
Saudis confirm oil step-up to cover war shortages
Economy's mixed signals indicate slowdown for recovery, but early peak on interest rates
Harvard rules out genes business
Progressing to the promised land
OPEC may raise prices 10% or so by year-end
Don't sell out the SEC
More preparedness needed to cope with earthquakes
A life with the Ballet Russe; Distant Dances, by Sono Osato. New York: alfred A. Knopf