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Monitor Archive for February 14, 1980
FBI 'friend' pushing hearings on 'Abscam'
Caribbean's dangerous drift
W. Germans tout US-European unity
Afghan guerrillas 'Give us weapons -- not pity'
12 artists go back to perceptual basics
A US-Japanese debate over 'Datsun dumping'
Don't call us handicapped
Carter's loose reins on economy defended
Afghans: 'Just to fight is enough'
New, big swing in candidate strength due?
Is there a 'moral equivalent' for the draft?
India's delegated democracy
No sign that India prevails on USSR for Afghan exit
Mid-winter at the Met: Casting is stronger
Kennedy camp lifted by new set of 'pluses'
Cronkite and the classroom -- The way it might be
African body urges Britain to bolster Rhodesia vote
Olympics: a boycott by a new name
Go West for 'Hamlet'
Film director Kanew -- leaving trailers behind
Desserts and confections from grandmother's ginger jar
'Fill it up, guv?' -- 'No, plug it in please'
Andrus renews large part of Alaska refuge area
Uganda jockeying to keep its press freedom
Marines to shore up Pakistan, oil states
Protests accompany pageantry
Through change to the timeless
Cherry pie for Washington's birthday
Caution in back-country skiing
'Scramble two,' using the classic French technique
Politics minus crisis
He tried to stifle Uncle Sam
Finally, a nuclear waste plan
THE CHALLANGE OF A NEW VIEWPOINT; 1980s CHALLENGE OF THE SCIENCES
It's a one-China opening for Winter Olympics
Ulster's children -- key to peace
Valentine's day love stories
US decides to rejoin world labor organization
Justice and comfort at Kerala
US hockey team ties Sweden; now Czechs
A heart's delight for Valentine's Day
Love Poem; for Charlotte
Kennedy draws US fire over hostage proposal
A season of love
Gas crunch looms for Olympics vistors
High prices: an olympic-sized ripoff?
Worried Rhodesian whites brace for black leadership
25 freed in El Salvador, but clashes are costly
Luge -- Olympic sledding at high speed
Bani-Sadr says he has plan for freeing hostages
Andrus to the rescue
Wave of violence perils Turkey's democracy
Why Toyota, Datsun may bear 'made in USA' tag before long
Then and now
Stocks soar on prospects of gas find, hostage exit