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Monitor Archive for November 26, 1980
Moscow growls as Polish unions flex strike muscles
Upper Volta government toppled by the military
Along the highway
Emirates wants to scrap OPEC meeting, citing war
Food eases but inflation doesn't
From Gielgud, mellow memoirs offered with relish and good humor; Gielgud: An Actor and His Time, A Memoir, by John Gielgud in collaboration with Joh...
'America at Thanksgiving -- 1980': an electronic appetizer
John Tower on defense: 'quick, dramtic action needed'
Lowell Thomas; THESE ARE THE GOOD OLD DAYS
US settles anti-bias suit with Ford for $23 million
Conservative political headwinds could slow US transit
World auto sales outlook: in 'low' for '81, then zoom
Interest roller coaster: up again
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Asians in Americas; Hmong hew new lives from jungle Viets sample California suburbs
Six Hostage Families
The Bible is your book
Newfoundland vs. Canada: who gets the billions?
N.Y. fire official: high-rises need stiff safety code
Chinese Commune; RAISING FOOD AND ECONOMIC HOPES
Panel in Seoul restores political rights to 268
Big-business plans for outlays dip in 3rd quarter
Washington, D.C., housing market suddenly goes Republican
Reagan advisers seek lower profile for presidential press secretary
Anyone can still fumble on way to NFL playoffs
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; US: magnet for evicted and desitute
Algerian envoys in US with Iranian response
Relief convoys reach south Italy
At Lloyd's: losses -- and a rules shift
Singapore leader's China visit: closer ties, but no recognition
Tiffany treasures: the sky turned into glass
Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Palme sees little hope for early end to war
Southern California fights fresh series of brush fires
A lens on remote peoples, Worlds in a Small Room, by Irving Penn. New York: Viking. $19.95.
As Time and Again Testified to
Switch to insured tax-free bonds
The folly of boycotting USSR science
Rich Withers would have everyone bicycling to work
Will Canada's West go it alone?
Egypt's Sadat feels left out
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Cubans, Haitians head north -- to 'home'
HELPING THE WORLD'S HOMELESS; Asians in Americas; Hmong hew new lives from jungle
Thatcher battles to boost sagging British economy
What they're wearing on the streets of Paris
Many cyclists strapping on safety helmets -- and selection is important
Reagan's mandate -- is it for real?
The birds tell us
Egypt's Sadat feels left out as Jordan's Hussein waits in wings
Panel submits blueprint for 'new' presidency
That yearly employee rating ordeal: Why not more instant feedback?
Income investments limited
Bearing tradition, enjoying a view
When hearts go out
From the back room of museums
Shula and Kemp junior grade, now look to the pros
SALT on Reagan's plate