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Monitor Archive for December 1, 1980
Africa group seeks to get Chad rebel to OK pact
Most 'illegals' in US still eluding Immigration net
Insights taking root
Canadian colleges give gentle help to Indian students
Advisers warn President-elect to hit the ground running
GOP's Stafford: a 'Muskie twin' on environment
Today's cruise passengers shop, eat, jog, and disco their way to Europe
Listening in on gold bugs gives clear signal that
A conservative trend?
Eight job offers and $30,000 in two years'
What does the NEA do now that Jimmy Carter lost?
What the White House hopes for in the '80s to spur teen employment
Air fare cuts escape California
Florida whittles away at blight affecting curvaceous coconut palms
Democratic legislatures may stymie GOP ambitions to control US House
Chinese paper pleads for religious tolerance
Arabs to spur area development
Reading, reading, over the bounding main
Suns adjust winningly
Reservoirs running low for New York City
And just why does Denver have a 700-acre classroom?
Moderation on both sides lifts Poland from crisis to uneasy truce
The real difference
Departing Brzezinski advises 'assertive competition' with Moscow
And the prime-time leader in TV violence NBC
A lesson from limpets
Standards are high at California's Webb School
In England, private schools still turn out trained linguists
Let teachers help run school systems
Duvalier arrests stymie virtually all opposition
'Growing out of the darkness of ignorance and hate' through theater
Why Western Canadians shred gasoline credit cards
After the gold-rush, 'let's dance' -- Marin Ballet
Students, not ships, attracted to this lighthouse
Fewer cookies and 'more mom' make better holiday memories
A lush, watchable Dickens story
Rachel at Nine
N.Y.C. Opera's bubbly 'Merry Wives' visits Los Angeles
'The best-kept secret in American education today'
A White House with class
The last bag of leaves
34 million backyard garden plots
Memphis 'badge of slavery' case reaches Supreme Court
Apprenticeships help women enter blue collar trades
Improvement urged by US in position toward Brazil
Paperless braille, magnetic tape, and display readers
To save El Salvador
El Salvador -- one of Ronald Reagan's first foreign-policy challenges
Small-town boys make it big
Where the grass roots in rocky Maine makes for lifelong learning
Prices at the farm surge almost 2%
Fugard's profoundest drama yet?; A Lesson from Aloes Starring James Earl Jones, Maria Tucci, Harris Yulin. Drama by Athol Fugard. Directed by Mr. Fu...
Dissident scientists kept from seminar in Moscow
The census goes down for the count
Just how do law students learn how to be lawyers?
With few dormitories, W. German students lack housing
At the Tate Gallery: special trail for children of all ages
What to suggest that the reluctant reader read
Fifth of July; Comedy by Landford Wilson, Directed by Marshall W. Mason. Starring Christopher Reeves.
Italy's coalition government criticized for poor earthquake relief
Selling a mansion via TV 'spot'
Water beds coming of age
Echoes of Marie Antoinette in Chinese court
Reagan adviser: Us should warm toward Taiwan, boost Pacific Defenses
Ah, to be out of Paris, now that the teen-agers are there
The Spectral Game
Indonesia to start an A-plant next year
Computer-tailored tests: they fit better than handmade ones
Polyglot computers coming up with 'compatibility'
And what do you know about the teacher's 'fruit roll'?