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Monitor Archive for December 18, 1980
Meat and milk for Soviets feel pinch of US embargo
Iran risks in miscalculating US patience on hostages
Americans still seek country life despite escalating gas prices
Political leaders look for bold, swift Reagan moves to aid economy
UN Assembly again calls for an Arafat PLO state
Boughs from Maine
South Africa tries to regain confidence of foreign firms
Polish memorial for 1970 finds three sides together
Reagan throws a party
USDA's annual: saving energy with dogs, soda cans
A silver lining?
Why that Gulf war is not 'rational'
'Why is Red Army learning Polish?'
US workers, consumers feel pinch of wage-price squeeze; Family budgets run out of 'clout' as interest rates set new record
Space shuttle 'rehearsal' goes according to script
All about the law of the letters
A Salvadoran colonel disappears
Why do Yanks hire someone at $1.5 million a year?
LIMITING SOVIET INFLUENCE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
Baseball's winter talent trades a wrapup on whol'll be on 1st next year
International tensions throw sand into the gears of UN machinery
Olive Oyl and the return of the funny women
Euphoria of Thatcher-Haughey summit in Dublin fades as Britain stands firm on status of Ulster
Vote twisting in Guyana charged
China watch: who's out, who's in?
Cider drinks for winter days
A Maasai warrior on the plight of his people
For US automakers, a year they would rather forget
Date custard pie a holiday dessert
How artists get endowment money: the hardest part is the waiting
Seoul moves to invigorate industry
Bonn OKs arms increase a bit below NATO goal
Remembrance of Christmases past
Campaign to annex Golan Heights gets entangled in Israeli politics
US workers, consumers feel pinch of wage -- price squeeze; 'Chrysler has jobs at $17.50. We don't have them at $20' -- Lacocca
Say 'Howdy' to you 225,999,999 neighbors
Haig as diplomat
Vast strip-mining project in Utah nears approval
Keeping track of large and small
From pasta to persimmons, there's book for every cook
blacks form new rights coalitions
Despite policy differences, Haig wins kudos from West Europeans
Caught In the Web
Poland's brave sign of unity
Election official is named Reagan's link to the Hill
Looking beyond the person
East Germany's 'Afrika Korps' sets its sights on Latin America